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MILLER'S HOTEL 



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DROVE STABLES, 

CORNER OF PACA AND GERMAN STREETS, 




JOSEPH H. McGEE & BROTHEB, Proprietors. 



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ACCOMMODATIONS FOE 100 PERSONS, 
J^l^lD ST-A-BILIlSrO rOI^ S50 HORSES. 

Also, Two Lots Capable of accommodating 300 Mules. 

HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 

Horses and Carriages taken at LIVERY by the day, week, or month, 

on moderate terms. 

EVERY ATTENTION PAID TO DROVERS. 



K L. PARKER & CO., ^ 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, &C., 

83 SOUTH CHARLES STREET. 

EDWIN L. PARKER. OLIVER A. PARKER. 

GEORGE A. POPE, 

DEALER IN METALS, 

COPPER SHEETS, BOLTS AND NAILS, TIN, ZINC, ANTIMONr, SHEET LEAD 

AND LEAD PIPE, WROUGHT IRON TUBE AND FITTINGS, 

FOUNDER'S FACINGS, &c. 

Henderson's patent double-action Suction and FOKCE PUMPS. 

NOAH WALKER & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 






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Between Calvert and Light Streets, 
Opposite Adams & Co.'s Express Office, 



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MARYLAND SAW MANUFACTORY. 
HENRY C. BROWN & CO., 

Manufacturers of every description of 

CA.ST STEEL S^^\^S, 

ON THE MOST APPROVED PRINCIPLE, 

TJHLEE'S ALLEY, one door from Charles Street, 

Between Lombard and Pratt Sts., 
JB.A.Xj'X'XlVEOZl.X:, 3VCX3. 

Circular, Mulay, Cross Cut, Pit, Hand, and Wood Saws. SAWS of every des- 
cription repaired. Sheet Steel cut and straightened. An assortment of Saws of 
superior quality, and of every description, always on hand. JCf" Orders executed 
with punctuality and dispatch. Awarded a Silver Mbdal I5 1855, JlSD a Gold 

ONB Il» 1856, AT THE MARYLAND INSTITUTE, FOR SAWS. 

JOHN W. MAXWELL & SON, 
STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 

140 N. CALVERT ST., opposite Calvert Station. 



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E. M. CROSS & co;s 



BALTIMORE CITY 



BUSINESS DIRECTOKY, ,, 

1863-64. tff^ 

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COMPILED BT 

HENEY R. HELLIER, 



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY 



E. M. CROSS (fe CO.— PUBLISHERS, 

110 W. BALTIMORE ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 

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(igents, 

E. M. CROSS & CO., Publishers, 

110 W. Baltimore Street, 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1863, by 

HENRY R. HELLIER, 

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States in and for 
the State of Maryland. 



PEEFACE. 



The publisliers, on presenting to the Public the present volume 
of the " Baltimore City Business Directory" (being the first edition 
published by them), beg to thank the business men of Baltimore 
for the liberal support bestowed thereon, and trust that the work 
will meet with their approval. The labor and expense which have 
been bestowed in obtaining the names of our business men have 
been very great through the influence of Mr. Woods, the publisher 
of the City Directory, who took upon himself the personal trouble 
of going amongst our business men and informing them that this 
was an outside arrangement, and requesting them not to subscribe 
thereto ; notwithstanding the drawbacks, we believe that this Direc- 
tory is the best ever published in Baltimore, at all events, from the 
number of our subscribers we feel proud to say that a great need 
has been felt by the business men of Baltimore for -a reliable Busi- 
ness Directory. 

"We shall continue the work annually, and publish it annually, and 
with acquaintance hope that we shall receive your cordial support. 
We will here take occasion to say that all persons authorized to 
act as agents for this work are furnished with a printed certificate 
of authority, signed by the publishers, a reference to which will, 
at all times, protect the public from fraud. 

Our experience in the Directory business is second to none, and 
we hope by strict attention to the wants of the public to always 
receive their patronage. 

Respectfully, 

E. M. CROSS & CO., Publishers, 

August 25, 1863. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Adams' Express Co., p 6, back of 
book 

Ammidon & Crombie (Oil Coal), op 
p 163 

Anderson James G. (Leather Dea- 
ler) op p 146 

Anderson W. E. (Cabinet Furni- 
ture), p 2 back of book 

Baker, Brothers & Co. (Window 
Glass and Druggists' Glass Ware), 
p 5 back of book 

Baker R. J. (Dry Goods, «fec.), op p 
90 

Baltimore Daily Gazette (Newspa- 
per), op p 161 

Baltimore Wecker (Newspaper), op 
pl61 

Baur John (Lager Beer Brewer), p 
3 back of book 

Barr John (Hotel), op p 136 

Basshor Thomas C. & Co. (Steam 
Fixtures), op p 57 

Brick W. (Cabinet Maker), p 2 back 
of book 

Bross Edward (Lithographer, En- 
graver and Printer), p 1 back of 
book 

Brown Henry C. & Co. (Cast Steel 
Saw Manufacturers) , p 4 front of 
book 

Canfield Brother & Co. (Military 
Goods), op p 157 



Canfield, Brother & Co. (Watches A 
Jewelry Importers), inside of 
back cover 

Chase Wells, and Gehrmann (Yarns, 
Bats, &c.), op Yarns, &g. 

Coleman's Eutaw House (Hotel), 
outside back cover 

Cook & Herring (China, Glass and 
Queensware), op p 71 

Crescent Coal Oil Co. of Baltimore, 
op p 163 

Cromwell Richard (Agricultural Im- 
plements), p 3 back of book 

Dandelet F. (Baltimore Brewery), 
p 4 back of book 

Dietz L. D. & Co. (Fancy Good Im- 
porters), inside back cover 

Ehrman & Bersch (Box Makers), 
op p 56 

Field A. (Oyster Packers), op p 164 

Gallagher's (F. H.) Mercantile Col- 
lege, outside back cover 

Gardner WUliam G. & Co. (Oil Coal) , 
op p 163 

Gilmour's New York Dining Saloon 
and Restaurant, p 3 back of book 

"GsfttttlTrO^f^rge-fGift Book -Store), 
p 1 back of book ' J*- ' 

Grover & Baker's Sewing Machines 
op Sewing Machines. 

Hachey Frederick & Son (Leather 
Dealers), op p 146 
1* 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Hamill A. & "W. J. (Oil Coal), op p 

163 
Harden Express, p 6 back of book 
Hardester & Bokee (Oil Coal), op p 

163 
Haskell J. H. (Manufacturers' Ar- 
ticles), op p 146 
HoflFman H. K. & Co. (Grocers, 

Wholesale), op p 163 
Jarden Samuel (Wood and Willow 

Ware), op p 163 
Johnson W. R. (Druggists' Glass- 
ware), op p 90 
Keith Wm. Jr. & Son (Hardware, 

American), op p 118 
Kissner Benedict (Bed Coverlets), 

op Upholsterers. 
Klingmeyer & Heise (Box Makers), 

op p 56 
Knabe William & Co. (Piano Forte 

Manufacturers), p 6 back of book 
McCullough John (Coal and Wood), 

p 4 back of book 
McDaniel James L. (Provision and 

Commission Merchant), p 4 back 

of book 
McGee's Miller's Hotel and Drove 

Stables, inside front cover 
McShane Henry & Co. (Brass Cock 

Manufacturers) op p 57 
Maxwell John W. & Son (Steam 

Marble Works), p 4 front of book 
Merchant J. & Son (Confectioners 

and Sutlers' Supplies), p 5 back of 

book 
Merrill, Thomas & Co. (Guns and 

Pistols), op p 118 
Merrill Thomas & Co. (Military 

Goods), op p 157 
Merritt Joseph C. & Bros. (Oil Coal), 

op p 163 
Milnor John P. jr. & Co. (Military 

Goods), op p 157 
Muller Louis, op Upholsterers. 
Murray, Clark, Thornton & Co. 

(Engineers, Millwrights and Ma- 
chinists), inside back cover 
Neal George H. (Dry Goods), p 5 

back of book 



Noah, Walker & Co. (Wholesale and 
Retail Clothiers), p 3 Front of 
book 

Northern Central Rail Road, op Rail 
Roads. 

Numsen, Carroll & Co. (Oyster 
Packers), op p 164 

Parker E. L. & Co. (Tin Plate, 
Sheet Iron, Wire, &c.), p 3 front 
of book 

Perkins P. Lenfield (Photogra- 
pher) op p 169 

Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bal- 
timore Rail Road, op Rail Roads. 

Pope George A. (Metal Dealer), p 3 
front of book 

Popplein G. & N. jr. (Paints, Oils, 
&c.), opp 90 

Radecke & Co. (Box Makers), op p 
56 

Rau C. F. & Co. (Showcases), op 
Sewing Machines. 

Rhodes B. M. & Co. (Super Phos- 
phate), outside front cover 

Richardson E. J. & Sons (Insurance 
Agents), op p 136 

Rosenfeld S. & Co. (Cigar Dealers), 
op p 71 

Schroeder F. H. jr. (Coach Maker), 
p 2 back of book 

Schultz E. T. (Yarns, Bats, &c.), 
op Yarns, &e. 

Schulze Ernest (Box and Trunk 
Maker), op p 56 

Singer Manufacturing Company, op 
Sewing Machines. 

Sisco Brothers (Military Goods), op 
pl57 

Smith, Bros. & Co. (Clothiers), out- 
side front cover 

Smith C. Hart (Cement and Var- 
nish), opp 163 

Spear Brother (Hardware Commis- 
sion), op p 118 

Stewart A. E. (Livery Stable), p 1 
back of book 

The Printing Office, op p 161 

The Sun (Newspaper), op p 161 



INDEX TC ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Sunday Telegram (Newspaper), 

op p 161 
Thomas S. W. & E. C. jr. (Oyster 

Packers), op p 164 
Thompson Thomas (Importer of 

Wines and Liquors), p 4 back of 

book 
Wagner August (Brass Founder), 

opp57 



Welsh William & Sons (Cigar Im- 
porters), op p 71 

Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Ma- 
chines, op Sewing Machines. 

Whitehurst J. H. (Photographer), 
op p 169 

Winchester & Co. (Shirt Manufac- 
turers and Gents' Furnishing 
Gofids), p 4 froct of book 



INDEX. 



APPENDIX, 



Pages 221 



Academies, datieing, 37 
Accountants, 37 

Agencies, commercial and mercan- 
tile, 37 
Agents, advertising, 37 

" book, 37 

-' general, 37 
. " insurance, 135 and 136 

" land, 144 

" property and collecting, 37 
and 38 

'•■ pension and claim, 38 

" real estate, 38 
Agricultural implements, manufac- 
turers and warehouses, 38 and 39 
Alcohol works, 39 
Ale and porter, 39 
Amusements, places of, 39 
Appraisers, local, 39 
Architects, 39 

Army and navy pension offices, 40 
Artificial flowers, 40 

" limb maker, 40 
Artists, 40 

" materials, 40 
Auctioneers, 40 
Awning makers, 41 
Axle grease, 41 
Bags and bagging, 41 



Bakers, 41, 42, 43 

" cracker and ship biscuit, 
43,44 
Bankers, 44, 45 
Banks, 45 

" for saving, 45 
Bark mills, 45 
Basket makers, 45 
Bedding and mattresses, 45, 46 
Bill poster, 46 
Billiard saloons, 46 

" table manufacturer, 46 
Bitters, manufacturer of, 46 
Blacksmiths, 46 
Blank book manufacturers, 46 
Bleachers, bonnets, hats, 46 
Block and pump makers, 46, 47 
Boarding houses, 47 
Boat builders, 47 
Boiler makers, 47 
Bolts, nuts, rivets, kc., 47 
Bone factory, 47 
Bonnet frame makers, 47 

" makers, 47 
Bookbinders, 47 

Booksellers and publishers, 47, 48 
Boot and shoe findings, 48 

" commission merch- 

ants, 4S< 49 



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INDEX. 



Boot and shoe makers, 49, 50, 51, 52 
ladies', 52,-53 
" '< mfrs of, 53 

'* manufaoturers, 53 

" retail, 53, 54, 55 

'* wholesale, 55 

•* wholesale and re- 

tail, 55, 56 
Bottlers, 56 
Bowling saloon, 58 
Box makers, 56, 57 
Brass cock manufacturers, 57 
" founders, finishers, and manu- 
facturers, 57 
Brewers, 57 

" lager beer, 57 
Brick dealers, 57 
Bristles, manufacturers of, 57 
Britannia ware manufaoturers, 57 
Brokers, bill or note, 57, 58 
" coffee, 58 
" custom house, 58 
" foreign, 58 
" insurance, 58 
" merchandise, 58 
" produce, 58 
" real estate, 59 
" ship, 59 

" stock and exchange, 59,60 
" tobacco, 60 
Broom makers, 60 
Brush makers, 60 
Builders' materials, 60 
Butchers, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 
Butter dealers, 65, 66, 67 
Button depot, 67 
Cabinet makers, 67 

" materials, 6-5 

Camphene, 68 
Cane makers, 68 
Cap makers, 68 

Carpenters and builders, 68, 69 
Carpet and floor oil cloth dealers, 69 
" manufacturer, 69 
'< shaker, 69 
" weavers, 69 
Carriage trimmings, 69 

" and coach makers, 69, 70 
" for children, 70 



Carvers, 70 

Cement and plaster, 70 
Cemeteries, 70 
Chair makers, 70 

" painters, 71 
Chemical apparatus, 71 
Chemicals, importers of, 71 
Chemists, manufacturing, 71 
China, glass, and queensware, 71 
Chronometer makers, 71 
Cigar dealers, 71, 72 

" importers, 72 

" manufacturers, 73 
Clergymen, 70-74 
Clocks, 74 
Clothes scourers, 74 
Clothiers, 74, 75, 76 

" wholesale, 76, 77 
" " and retail; 77 

" boys, 77 
Clothing, secondhand, 77 
Cloths, cassimeres, and vestings, 77, 

78 
Coal dealers, 78, 79, 80 

" and wood dealers, 80, 81 
Coffee importers, 81 

" roasters and spice factors, 81 
CoflBn trimmings, 81 
Collar makers (horse), 81 
Collectors, 81 
Colleges, 81 

Colors, importers of, 82 
Colonization office, 82 
Commissioners of deeds, 82 
Confectioners, wholesale, 82 

'' and fruiterers, 82,83, 

84,85 
Constables, 85 
Consuls, foreign, 85,' 86 
Conveyancers, 86 
Coopers, 86, 87 
Coppersmiths, 87 
Cordage, rope, and twine, 87 
Cork, importers of, 87 
Corset makers, 87, 88 
Cotton and woollen goods, manU' 
facturers of, 88 

" duck, 88 
Cuppers and leechers, 88 



INDEX. 



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Curriers, 88 
Curtain materials, 88 
Cutlers, 88, 89 
Dentists, 89 

" findings, 89 
Dining saloons, 89 
Dispensaries, 89 
Distillers, 89 
Dress makers, 89, 90 
Dress patterns, 90-110 
Drug importers, 90 
Druggists' glassware, 90 
Druggists, wholesale, 90, 91 

retail, 91-92 
Drum makers, 92 

Dry goods commission merchants, 
92, 93 
" importers and jobbers, 

94, 95 
•' reunishers, 95 

retail, 95, 96, 97 
" wholesale, 97 

Dyers, 97, 98 

Dye stuffs and chemicals, 98 
Edge tool makers, 98 
Eleetrotypers, 98 
Embroidery stampers, 98 
Embroidering, 98 
Engineer, 98 
Engineers, civil, 98 

" mechanical, 98 
" mining, 99 
Engravers and dye sinkers, 99 
♦' general, 99 
" wood, 99 
Expresses, 99 

Fancy goods, importers and jobbers, 
99, 100 
" retail, 100 

Fertilizers, 100 
File makers, 100 
Fire bricks, 101 

" engine builders, 101 

Fish dealers, retail, 101 

" wholesale, 101 

Flag makers, 101, 102 
Flour commission merchants, 102 
" mills, 102 
'* and feed, 102, 103 



Freight lines, 103 
Fruit cans and jars, 103 
" dealers, retail, 103 
Fruits, preserved, 103 
" wholesale, 104 
Fur dealers and furriers, 104 
Furnaces, hot air, 104 
Furniture dealers, new, 104, 105 

'" " second hand, 105 

Gas companies, 105 
" fitters, 105 
" fixture makers, 106 
Gaugers, 106 

Gentlemen's furnishing stores, 106 
Gilders, 70, 106 
Glass cutters, 106 
" manufacturers, 106 
" stainers, 106 
" window, 106, 107 
Glove manufacturer, 107 
Gold beaters, 107 

" pen and pencil case makers, 
107 
Grain contractor, 107 
Grinders and polishers, 107 
Grocers, retail, 107, 108, 109, 110 
111, 112, 113 
wholesale, 114, 115 
" " and retail, 115, 116 

Guano, 116 
Gunpowder, 116 
Gun and pistol makers, 116 
Gunsmiths, 116 / 

Hair cloth, damask, &e., 116 
" dressers, ladies, 116 
" " 117, 118 

'* ornamental, 118 
" restoratives, 118 
" seating and curled hair, lis 
Harbor Master, 118 
Hardware commission merchants, 
118 
'* importers, 118, 119. 120 

" and cutlery, wholesale, 

120 
Harness makers, 120 
Hat and cap manufacturers, 120 

" trimmings, 120 
Hats and caps, retail, 120, 121 



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INDEX. 



Hay packer, 121 

Hermeticallv sealed canned goods, 

121, 122 ■' 
Hides and leather dealers, 122, 123 
Horse sheers, 123 
Hose makers — leather, 123 
Hosiery importers, jobbers, and 

wholesale dealers, 123, 124 
Hosiery manufacturers, 124 

" and gloves, retail, 124 
Hotels, 124, 125 
House cleaner, 125 
House furnishing warehouses, 125, 

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Hucksters, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 

131, 132, 133, 134 
Hydrant manufacturers, 135 
Hydrometers, 135 
Ice dealers, 135 
India rubber goods, 135 
Infirmaries, 135 
Ink makers, 135 
Insurance agents, 135, 136 

" companies, fire, 136 

" companies, life, 136 

" '* marine, 136 

Inspectors, 136 
Intelligence oflBces, 137 
Iron fencing; railings, doors, shut- 
ters, &c., 137 
Iron founders, 137 
" gas tubes, 137 
" manufacturers, 137 
*' merchants, 137 
" and steel, 138 
Ivory work, 138 

Japanned ware and japanners, 138 
Jewellers, 138 
Job printers, 138, 173, 174 
Junk dealers, 138, 139 
Justice of the peace, 139 
Kindling wood, 139 
Knitted goods, 139 
Laces and embroideries, 140 
Ladies' dress patterns, 140 

" " trimmings, retail, 140 

" '• " wholesale, 140 

" hair dressers, 116, 140 
•• head dresses, 140^ 



Lager beer saloons, 141, 142, 143, 
144 

Lamps and chandeliers, 144 
Land companies, 144 
Last manufacturers, 144 
Laundry, 144 
Lawyers, 144, 145, 146 
Leather belting, 146 

" dealers, 146, 147 
" and findings, 147 
Libraries, 147 
Lime and hair, 147 
Linens, 148 

Livery and sale stables, 148, 149 
Loan oflBce, 149 

Locksmiths and bell hangers, 149 
Locomotive builders, 149 
Looking-glass and picture frame 

makers, 149 
Lumber commission merchants, 149, 
150 
" dealers, 150 
Machine card manufacturer, 150 
Machinists, 150, 151 
Machinists' tools, 151 
Magazines, 151 ' 

Magistrates, 151 
Mahogany, 151 
Maltsters, 151 

Mantillas and cloaks, 151, 112 
Manufacturers' findings, 162 
Masonic jewels, 152 
Marble dealers and workers, 152 
Mathematical, nautical, and philo» 
sophical instrument makers, 152 
Merchants, commission, 152, 153, 
154, 155 
** general, 155 

" forwarding and trans- 

portation, 156 
" importing and commis^ 

sion, 156 
'♦ shipping and commis- 

sion, 156, 157 
Metal dealers, 157 
Military goods, 157 
Milliners, 157, 158, 159 
Millinery goods, 159 



INDEX. 



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Mill pick and hammer manufac- 
turer, 159 
Mill stones, 159 
Millwrights, 160 
Millers, merchant, 160 
Milk dealers, 160 
Mineral waters, 160 
Mining companies, 160 
Morocco manufacturers, 160 
Music stores, 160 

Musical instrument makers, 160, 161 
Mustard manufacturer, 161 
Nail makers, 161 
Nautical instrument manufacturers, 

161 
Naval stores, 161 
Needles, 161 
News agents, 161 
Newspapers, 161, 162 
Night work, 162 
Notaries public, 162 
Notions, 162 

Oars, sweeps, sculls, &c., 162 
Oil machine, 162 

' manufacturers, 162 

' merchants, 162 

' coal, 163 

' *' retail, 163 

' lard, 163, 164 

' linseed, 164 

' lubricating, 164 

' sperm, 164 

' and candle manufacturers, 164 
Opticians. 164 
Organ builders, 164 
Oyster packers, 164 

" saloons, 164 

" wholesale, 165 
Packets, 165 
Packing box makers, 165 

" houses, 165 
Painters of banners, signs, and show 
cards, 165 
'* house, sign, and orna- 
mental, 165, 166 
Paint manufacturers, 166 
Paints, oils, &g., 166, 167 
Paper box makers, 167 

" hangers, 167 
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Paper hangings, 168 

" stock, 168 

" warehouses, 163 
Patent medicines, 168, 169 
Pawn brokers, 169 ^ 

Perfumers, 169 
Photographers, 169, 170 
Photographic materials, 170 
Phrenologist, 170 
Physicians, 170, 171 
Piano fortes, 172 
Picture dealer, 172 
Pipes, smoking, 172 
Plane maker, 172 
Planing mills, 172 
Plaster mills, 172 

" paris and plaster workers, 
172 
Plumbers, 172, 173 
Pocket-book and portmonnaie ma- 
nufacturers, 173 
Potteries, 173 
Powder, 173 
Preserved fruits, 173 
Printers, 173, 174 
plate, 174 
Produce commission merchants, 174, 
175, 176, 177 

" foreign, 178 

** dealers, 178 
Provision dealers, 178, 179, 180 
Publi.>hers, 180 
Pump makers, 180 
Rag dealers, 181 
Rail road, city, 181 

" " companies, 181 
Reading rooms, 181 
Refrigerators, 181 
Regalia manufacturers, 181 
Restaurants, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185 
Roofing, 185 

Saddle and harness makers, 185, 18(> 
Saddle tree makers, 186 
Saddlery hardware, 186 
Sail makers, 186, 187 
Sailing packets, 187 
Salt dealers, 187 
Sand and emory paper, 187 
Sash, blind and door makers, 187 



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INDEX. 



Saw makers, 1S7 

" mills, 187 
Scale makers, 187 
Schools, 187 
Scourers, 187, 188 
Seamstresses, 188 
Second-hand stores, 188 
Seedsmen, 188 
Sewing machines, 188, 189 
" " stitching, 189 

" silks, 189 
Ship builders and shipwrights, 189 

" cabooses, 189 

" chandlers, 189 

•• joiners, 189, 190 

" plumbers, 190 
Shipsmiths, 190 
Shipping offices, 190 
Shirt manufacturers, 190 
Shot, 190 • 

Shovel and spade manufacturers, 190 
Show cards, 190 

" case makers, 190 
Silk and fancy dry goods importers 

and jobbers, 190 
Silver platers, 191 
Silversmiths, 191 
Skirts, hoop, 191 
Slate dealers, 191 
Slave dealers, 191 
Snuff mills, 191 
Soap and candle makers, 191 
Soap stone manufacturers, 191 
Spectacle makers, 192j 
Spice mills, 192 

" and mustard mills, 192 
Spool cotton, 192 
Stables, drove, sale and exchange, 

192 
Stage lines, 192 
Stair builders, 192 
Stationers, 192 
Statuary, 192 

Steamboat companies, 192, 193 
Steam engine builders, 193 
Steamboat ferry, 193 
Steam gauge manufacturers, 193 
" heaters, 193 
" pumps, 193 



Steamship companies, 193 

Steel manufacturers, 193 

Stencil cutters, 193, 194 

Stereotypers, 194 

Stevedore, 194 

Stone yards, 194 

Storage, 194 

Stove manufacturers, 194 

Stoves and ranges, 194 

Straw goods, 195 

Sugar refiners, 195 

Surgical instruments, 195 

Surveyors, 195 

" marine, 195 

Suspender maker, 195 

Sutlers' supplies, 195 

Syrups, 195 

Tailors, 195, 196, 197, 198 

Tailors' trimmings, 198 

Tanners, 198 

Taverns, 198, 199 

Taxidermists, 199 

Tea dealers, 199 

Teachers, dancing, 199 
" languages, 199 

" music, 200 

Telegraph offices, 200 

Thread importers, 200 

Tin can manufacturers, 200 

Tin and sheet iron workers, 200 

Tinsmiths, 201 

Tobacco commission merchants, 201 

Tobacco manufacturers, 201, 202 
" pipe manufacturers, 202 
" warehouses, 202, 203 
" and cigar dealers, 203, 
204, 205, 206 

Toy stores, 206 

Transportation lines, 206 

Trimmings and dry goods, 206, 207 

Trunk makers, 207 

Truss makers, 208 

Turners, 208 

Type founders, 208 

Umbrellas and parasols, 208 

Undertaken, 208 

Upholsterers, 208, 209 

Upholsterers' materials and trim* 
mings, 209 



INDEX. 



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Variety stores, 209, 210 
Varnish makers, 210 
Venetian blinds, 210 
Vermin exterminator, 211 
Veterinary surgeons, 211 
Vinegar manufacturers 211 
Wagon makers, 211 
Watch case maker, 211 
Watches, importers of, 211 
Watches and jewelry, importer? and 

dealers in, 211, 212 
Watch makers, 212 

•' tools and materials, 212 
Weighers, 213 
Wharfinger, 213 
Wheelwrights, 213 
Whip makers, 213 
White lead manufacturers, 213 
White washerS) 213 



Wig and toupee makers, 213 

Window shades, 213 

Wines and liquors, importers of. 

214, 215, 216 
Wines and liquors, retail, 216, 217, 

218 
Wines and liquors, wholesale, 218 

" " " '♦ and 

retail, 219 
Wire cloth manufacturer?, 219 

" workers, 219 
Wood dealers, 219 

" and willow ware, 219 
Wool dealers, 220 
Woollen goods manufacturerf, 220 
Yankee notions, 220 
Yarns, bats, wicks, 220 
Yeast powders, 220 



E. M. CROSS & CO.'S 
BALTIMORE CITY 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 
1863-64. 



ABBRETI4TIOI%S. 

N north ; S south ; E east ; W west ; ot court ; av avenue ; al al/ey ; la 
lane ; c corner ; mkt market ; yihi wharf ; bet between; L little. 



Academies, Dancing. 

Buckingham P. G., 123 Mulberry 
Lehtnann Edward G., St. Paul c 

Centre 
Russell H. J., 29 N Gay 
Spies Chas. L., 1 S Charles 

Accountants. 

GLOCKER & NORRIS, 63 W Fay- 
ette 

Agencies, Commercial and 

Mercantile. 
Blick T. H., 36 Second 
Pratt J. D. & Co., c Baltimore and 
S Charles 

Agents, Advertising. 

CROSS EM. <fe CO., 110 W Balti- 
more ; Wilmington, Del. ; 337 
Chestnut, Philad'a; 335 Broad- 
way, New York, and 13 Tremont 
Row, Boston, Mass. ; advertise- 
ments inserted in any paper in 



the U. S. and Canada at publish- 
er's prices. 

Agents, Book. 

Sheehy James, 15 St. Paul 

Agents, General. 
Davis John W., 41 St. Paul 
Demuth G. 0. & Co., 65 W Fayette 
Lipscomb Philip D., 18 S Calhoun, 

Colonization Agent 
Pittman Edward, 9 North 

Agents, Insurance. 

(See Insurance Agents.) 

Agents, Land. 

{See Land Co's.) 

Agents, Property and 
Collecting. 
{See also Collectors.) 
Bride John H., 129 W Madison 
Davia G. W., 61 W Fayette 



AGE 



AGR 



Garritee Wm. L.. fil W Fayette 

GLOCKER & NORRIS, 63 W Fay- 
.- ette 

■> GRIFFIN THOMAS W., 170 S 
Broadway 

Scharfe Wm., 67 W Fayette 

Weil A., 236 Canton av 

Agents, Pension and Claim. 

Baudel M. L. & Co., 30 Second 
COLTON GEO & CO., 28 Second. 
AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS for 
SOLDIERS, THEIR WIDOWS, 
and ORPHANS; Pension Boun- 
ty, and all other claims, col- 
lected promptly, and for a small 
commission. (Regularly Li- 
censed by the Government.) 
Forrester Allen E., 28 St. Paul 
Lotridge S. C. A., 20 Second 
Murray & Jones, 22 Second 

PFERDWER PAUL & CO., 
28 SECOND STREET, 

(up stairs.) 

ARMY AND NAVY 
AGENTS 

For Government Claims, Pen 
SIGNS, Bounty, Bounty Land, 
Back Pay, Clothing. &c. &c. 
{Authorized by the TJ S. Govern- 
ment). Orders from abroad 
promptly attended to. Particular 
attention paid to German orders. 



Ringrose Col. J. W., 29 N Howard 
Willie J. A Co., Sun Iron Building, 
Baltimore c South 

Agents, Real Estate. 

{See also Brokers, Real Estate, 

also Conveyancers.) 
COLTON GEO. A CO., PROPERTY 
AGENTS and GENERAL COL- 



LECTORS, office 28 Second, near- 
ly opposite the Post-office. We 
collect House rents, Ground rents, 
and individual claims generally. 
Our motto is, speedy collections, 
prompt returns, and moderate 
charges. Please give us a call. 
Celtott Wnr-,-&4-W--Ei^z£tte q' 
GORSUCH PEREGRINE, 32 St. 

Paul 
Gross John I.,- 17-6t,^-ft»*il ,' ^ 
HARVEY J. W., 22 Second, REAL 
ESTATE and GROUND RENT 
BROKER 
HILL THOMAS, S W c St Paul 
and Fayette. (See card under 
Conveyancers.) 
LIVEZEY E., 48 W Lexington 
ReidT. N., 71 W Fayette 
ROGERS HENRY W., c Charles & 
Fayette. REAL ESTATE PUR- 
CHASED, SOLD, OR EX- 
CHANGED. FARMS, MILLS, 
COUNTRY SEATS, COTTA- 
GES, CITY HOUSES, BUILD- 
ING LOTS, AND GROUND 
RENTS FOR SALE OR EX- 
CHANGE. 
SNOWDEN P. M., 83 W Fayette 
Snowden Samuel, 83 W Fayette 
Tinges Geo. W , St. Paul c Bank la 
WALKER JOHN M., Agent for 

THE purchase AND SALE OF 

REAL ESTATE, GROUND 
RENTS, Ac. &c., has now for 
sale, Farms, Country Seats, 
Dwelling Houses, Ground Rents, 
<fec. 
Young John, 17 St. Paul 

Agricultural Implement 

Manufacturers and 

Warehouses. 

{See also Seedsmen.) 
BRUSTER & GRIFFITH, 49 N 
Paca. Manufacturers of the 
BUCKEYE MOWER A REAP- 
ER. 



ALC 



ARC 



CHAPMAN X. P. 

MARYLAND 

AGRICULTURAL 

Implement House, 

145^. PRATT, OPPOSITE 
MALTBY HOUSE. 

CROMWELL RICHARD, 46 & 48 
Light, (See adofrtisemdtit.) 

Edwards E. G., 90 S Charles 

HARDING WILLIAxMH., 33 Grant 
and 11 Hollingsworth, op Light. 
Manufacturer of PLOUGHS, 
AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS, &c. 

HEATH F. W., 2 Gillingham al, r 
44 S Howard. (Ploughs.) 

MONTGOMERY J. & BRO., 155 N 
High, Inventors and Manufac- 
turers of their Double Screened 
Rockaway Wheat Fan. Manu- 
factured and for sale at 155 N 
High. 

Mott A. G., 40 Ensor 

NORRIS THOMAS, 141 W Pratt 

Ray Francis, 505 W Pratt 

Sinclair R. J. & Co., 62 Light 

"Whiteman E. & Sons, 

22 & 24 S. CALVERT, 

Manufacturers and Dealers 

in all kinds of 

AGRICULTTJRAL IMPLEMENTS, 

SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, &c. 

Alcohol "Works. 

(See also Cajiphexe ; also Distil- 
lers.) 
Baily James, 97 W Lombard 



McNEAL k JONES, 34 S Calvert. 
DEALERS IN COAL OIL. 
GREASING & LUBRICATING 
OILS, ALCOHOL, Ac. 

Ale and Porter. 

{See also Bottlers.) 

PIER G. W. <fc CO., Hanover c Bal- 

timore 
ecmGHLAN WILLIAM, 169 and 

171 Central av s/^:^ 
WALSH EDMOND, 29 S Frederick 

Amusements, Places of. 
DallimuiB Mtfe ( iUin7 'G'gO." Lea, Pro- 
prietor, S Gftlvert and Baltimore 
Front St. Theatre. Front, bet Gay 

and Low, Geo. Kunkel, Lessee 
Holiday St. Theatre, Holiday bet 

Fayette and Lexington, J. T. 

Ford, Lessee 
Maryland Institute, Centre Market 

Space and Baltimore 
Mi-loJtoD -Cxim^^firSaloon , "1~E^ al 

ti mora /S'Wi.^^'-'V^ ^Cv^ 

Appraisers, Local. 

Meredith J. F.. Lombard c Gay 
Nicholls Wm. S , Lombard c G:iy 
Wagner J. F., Lombard c Gay 

Architects. 

{See also Engineers Civil ; olxo 
Surveyors; also Carpenters k 
Builders.) 
Andrews R. S. N., 147 W Balti- 
more 
Beldin James, 13 North 
Caldwell Wm. Q , 85 W Fayette 
Dixon Thomas, 117 Baltimore 
Harris Samuel, 141 W Fayette 
Husband J. J., 9 North 
LIND E G.. ARCHITECT AND 
SUPERINTENDENT, c Charles 
and Fayette sts., entrance on 
Fayette 
Neilson J. Crawford, 39 N Ch.irles 
Reasin W. H., Sun Building, Balti- 
more c South 



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*Army and Navy Pension j 

Offices. 
COLTON GEO. & CO., 28 Second I 
PFERDNER PAUL & CO., 28 
Second 

Artificial Flowers. 

BELL, JOHN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

A R TIFICIA L FLO WERS, 

130 "W Lexington, bet Howard and 
Park. 

BROWN M. & S., 243 W Baltimore, 

up stairs 
Marcusi M., 146 W Lexington 
Shaffner Mrs. S., 74 W Baltimore 
Toldridge Mrs. E., 191 W Baltimore 

Artificial Limb Maker. 



REINHARDT H. D., 
« 
206 W. Pratt. 



Artists. 

{See also Photographers.) 

Dreyer E., 152 W Fayette 

Harley James K., cor Charles and 
Fayette 

Johnson John R., 147 W Baltimore 

RUDOLPH E., 126 W Baltimore, 
begs leave to inform the Public 
and Profession that he is still 
prepared to retouch Photographs 
in Oil, Water Colors, or in Pastel 
and India Ink 

Artists' Materials. __ 

Baltiasor* V- ' ' 
RODENMAYER JOHN, 51 N Paca 
Depot of Artists, Grainers, Paint- 




ers, Drawing Materials, and every \ 
variety of Pictures for Studies or 
Framing 
Scobell Mrs. H., 79 Lexington 

Auctioneers. 

(See a/5oMERC HANTS, Commission.) 

Adreon & Co., 22 S Charles 
Bennett F. W. & Co., 28 and 30 S 
Charles 

Building), 184 W Baltimore, op 
Light, AUCTIONEERS AND 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
and dealers in Cutlery, Plated- 
Ware, Watches, Jewelry, Sta- 
tionery, Sutler's Goods, &g. 
Gibson & Co., 7 N Charles 
GOVER SAMUEL H., AUCTION- 
EER AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANT, 84 W Baltimore 
Hamilton William, 64 and 66 S 
Charles 

RICHARDS JOHN P. & CO., 
AUCTIONEERS, 

For the sale of 

HORSES, CARRIAGES, 

HARNESS, &c., 

No. 55 GERMAN STREET, 
Between Howard and Eutaw Sts., 

BALTIMOKE. 

Regular Sales by Auction every 
Wednesday and Saturday Morning, 
at 10 o'clock. 

Cash advances made on Carriages, 
Ac, consigned for Auction. 

Storage for Carriages, and Horses 
taken at Livery. 
John Pfistbe. J. P. Richards. 



SOPER SAM'L J. & CO., 42 and 
44 S Charles c Lombard, General 
Auctioneers and Commission 
Merchants. 

TAYLOR & GARDNER, 8 German 



BAG 



BAK 



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A-wning Makers. 

HAMBLETOX THOMAS B., 6 
Bowly's whf 

LOANE J. W., 67 W Pratt, AWN- 
IXa MAKER. SAILS FOR 
BOATS, AMERICAN AND 
BUSINESS FLAGS OF ALL 
NATIONS, AWNINGS, TENTS, 
WAGON AND CANAL BOAT 
COVERS 

MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement oppo- 
site Upholsterers.) 

Axle Grease. 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore and 52 German. (See I 
advertisement interleaved oppo- 
site Oil.) 

CRESCENT COAL OIL CO. OF 
BALTIMORE, 62 S Gay. (See 
advertisement interleaved oppo- 
site Oil.) 

GARDNER WM. G. & CO., 1 S 
Liberty. (See advertisement op- 
posite Oil.) 

HAMILL R. W. & CO , 64 Hanover 

HARDESTER & BOKEE, 321 W 
Baltimore n Howard. (See ad- 
vertisement opposite Oil.) 

RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement 
interleaved opposite Oil.) 

Bags and Bagging. 

Baltimore Bag Factory, 

JOHN C. GRAFFLIN, 

Nos. 75 and 77 South. 

Bags, Baggins:. Sail Ducks, Russia 
Bolt Rope, Manilla Cordage, &c. 



LOANE J. W., 67 W Pratt. MAN- 
UFACTURER OF ALL KINDS 
OF BAGS, AWNINGS, &c. 



MARYLAND BAG FACTORY. 
S. H. DUNGAN, Proprietor, c 
South and Pratt Sfcs, Baltimore. 
MANUFACTURER AND DEAL- 
ER IN BAGS AND BAGGING 
OF ALL KINDS. SECOND 
HAND BAGS BOUGHT AND 
SOLD 

Bakers. 

Ahlers Henry, 180 Centre mkt 
Alice Mary E., Bell Air mkt 
Arnold G. W., 120 W Fayette and 

94 N Howard 
Arthur H., 53 N Eutaw and Lex- 
ington mkt 
Babbe John D., 68 S Charles and 

Lexington mkt 
Baepler Henry, Lexington mkt 
Bast John, 98 E Lombard 
Bechtold John, 185 E Pratt 
Bensel K., 139 S Wolf 
Berder T., Lexington mkt 
Berger George, 493 W Lombard 
Beste Hammond, 46 Gough 
Black Daniel, 413 Light 
Black Jacob, 74 Columbia 
Bohne H., 3 Leadenhall 
Bossle Chas., 5 E Pratt 
Brende J. G., 83 Warner 
Brill John, 157 Centre mkt 
Brown George, Lexington mkt 
Brown Jacob, 178 Columbia 
Bruehl Justus, Bank c Bond 
Bucking Francis, 31 Hollis mkt 
Bunn John, Barre c Warner 
Burkamp F., 149 N Eutaw 
Caulk Susanna, 278 S Ann 
Clasz John George, 239 Light 
Connolly John, 22 S Fremont 
Corcoran Jos., 3 S Paca 
Craft Henry, 81 Harrison 
Dailey James, 751 W Baltimore 
Deibel Peter, 724 W Baltimore 
Deists Martin, 225 W Fayette 
Deist Wm., 34 S Poppleton 
Deitz George, Gough c Ann 
Dexter C, 136 W Lexington 
Dickerson M. J., 19 Aisquith 



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BAKERS. 



Dietrich Wm., 82 FelVs Point mkt 
Dietrich Wm., 279 Canton av 
Dippell Mrs. E., 102 N Fremont 
Doyle Mrs. Jane, 32 Camden 
Eckert F., 36 S Republican 
Eldridge Robert, 106 E Pratt 
Elwich Joseph, 314 W Pratt 
Emmel Ano^u.s;t, 86 Pearl 
England Mrs. M., 228 N Gay 
Finlev Thomas, 230 W Saratoga 
Fink Henry, 77 Fell's Point mkt 
Frances S., Ann c Gough 
Frank Jacob, 248 Hanover 
Franz Ferdinand, 35 N Register ♦ 
Fredericks Henry, 8 S Ann 
Frine Chas., 51 Hollins' mkt 
Garver W., 238 Columbia 
Gebhart John, 9 L Paca 
German Chas. F., 33 N Frederick 
Getteman Louis, Bell Air mkt 
Gillen William, 90 Holiday 
Gilmour, A. M., 239 W Pratt 
Glass Geo., Lexington mkt 
Glasser Frederick, 113 S Dallas 
Gossman J., 63 Ensor 
Greenabaum E., 193 Eager 
Greenhood Adam, 80 Harrison 
Griegett Wm. G., 72 Leadenhall 
Gromester John, 63 Fell's Point mkt 
Grossman George, 23 Penn av 
Hainke August, 51 President 
Haln Frederic, 39 Fell's Point mkt 
Horners Ernest, 298 Canton av 
Hawkins Mrs. Sarah, 274 Light 
Heath Ann, Bell Air mkt 
Hebbells G , Orleans c Spring 
Helig William. Lexington mkt 
Helptz Mr., FelTs Point mkt 
Herbst H., 193 Gough 
Hess Mrs. C, 58 Union 
Hessenauer John, 153 Eastern av 
Higgins Ellen, 81 Second 
HofiFmeister Philip, 29 Bank 
Horst Conrad, 191 S Caroline and 

Fell's Point mkt 
Jackseh T., Canton av c Washington 
Jacobi Wm., 3 N High 
JEANNERET L. P. & CO.. 163 N 

Eutaw, FRENCH BAKERY. 



All orders promptly attekd- 

ED TO. 

Jockel Martin, 204 S Sharp and 

Lexington mkt 
John Charles, 235 Alice Anna 
Jolck John, Fell's Point mkt 
Jones Paul, 75 Fell's Point mkt 
Kaflfman Frederick, Bell Air mkt 
Kammer William, 324 S Sharp 
Kaufman Jas., Lexington mkt 
Kaufmann G., 408 N Gay 
Kelley H., 104 Richmond 
Kemp Ann, 81 Fell's Point mkt and 

106 Centre mkt 
Kindewater Christ'n, 192 S Charles 
Klingelhefer John E, 266 S Eutaw 
Knarr M., 400 Canton av 
Kotchler Lewis, Bell Air mkt 
Kratry John, Carlton c Vine 
Kratz John, Lexington mkt 
Krupf Frederick. 329 S Bond 
Kuhl Fred., 652 Light 
Kullmann Adolph, 54 President 
Lamotte Louis, 148 Centre mkt 
Lange F. C, 88 Fell's Point mkt 
-Lauster John D., 96 N Caroline 
Lehman Henry, 401 Light 
Leman Louis, 138 Henrietta 
Lembach Jacob, 166 Ensor 
Lemster E., 138 Centre mkt 
Limberger Jacob, Bell Air mkt 
Lourmann M., 239 S Sharp 
McCoulray Geo., 193 E. Lombard 
McGuire Mrs. Jane, 56^ N Howard 
Mechanical Bakery Co., King c. 

Howard 
Medinger S. M., 164 Forrest 
Melcher C, 58 Johnston 
Mellis Martin, 102 Fell's Point mkt 
Messersmith Jacob, 137 S Fremont 
Messner George, N E c Gay & Chew 
Miller Jacob, 230 N Caroline 
Mueller John, 234 Alice Anna 
Muhr John Henry, 65 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Mull John H., 2 Gist 
Muller Anna, Lexington mkt 
Neiling P., Ramsey c Poppleton 
^lichols John, 188 Centre mkt 



BAKERS. 



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O^sa Sophia, 33 Honini= mkt 

Paff Fred., U5 Centre mkt 

Pepersack Joseph, 305 Aisquith 

Peters H., 275 Eastern av 

Peters L. M., 91 Thames 

Peters "Wm. G., S Eden c Pratt 

Plitt Charles, 246 S Charles 

Plumhoff Henry, 262 Alice Anna 

Polley Charles, 72 S Charles 

Protzman S., 11 New 

Rapp Henry, Lexington mkt 

Reis Davidi 68 N Schroeder 

Renwer D., 274 S Sharp 

Requa & Co. , 452 & 454 W Baltimore 

Reus Ph., 44 S Republican 

Rice John, 14 Warner 

Roach J., 124 N Gay 

Ropp Henry, 223 Centre mkt 

Roth Peter, Lexington mkt 

Rubert D , Lexington mkt 

Rudolph A., 338 Canton av 

Rudolp Francis, 31 N Frederick 

Rullman Charles, Jefferson N E c 

Spring 
Saffen C. F., Lexington mkt 
Schaffer M., 21 S Wolf 
Schaible C. F.. 535 W Baltimore 
ScherlfM.,315 S Charles 
Schillinge George, 280 Light 
Schmidt Wm. J., 669 W Baltimore 
Schneider M., 234 Franklin 
Schwartz D., Lexington mkt 
Seebaek Mrs. Catharine, 439 W 

Pratt 
Sehibeferling George, 171 Chesnut 
Seward A. R., 66 Fell's Point mkt 
Shipferling G., Bell av mkt 
Shoop Lewis, Lexington mkt 
Shummever T., 661 W Baltimore 
Sick Henry, 238 S Sharp 
Sieck Henrv, Lexington mkt 
Sickel Edward, 188 E Baltimore 
Sikes George, Fell's Point mkt 
Sinclair John, 772 W Baltimore 
Sloan John, 146 N Front 
Smith M. C, 118 Centre mkt 
Smith P., 5 Warner 
Smoke Geo., 60 Fell's Point mkt 
Snyder Christian, Fell's Point mkt 



Snyder Mrs. H.. 232 N Gay 
Sorg Charles, 435 W Pratt 
Sorgeier Francis, 73 Aisquith 
Spitzniel Philip, 17 Pine 
Stoedzer Charles, 94 Jefferson 
Struck Bernard, 68 Mulberry 
Swartzs Daniel, 123 Centre mkt and 
120 Columbia 
I Swarzts Ellen. 69 Fell's Point mkt 
I Swartzs Louisa, 166 Centre mkt 
I Sweckendriek George, Lexington 
I mkt and 21 N Paea 
! Sykes Mrs.. Fell's Point mkt 
i Thompson Peter, 3 Bethel 
Trier P., 3.34 S Charles 
Underwood H., 136 Centre mkt 
UNKLEBACH ANDREW, 211 

Chesnut 
Wagner G. W., 502 N Gay 
' Wambaoh E., 86 Ensor 
Webers J., Ann c Pratt 
White G. T., 157 E Baltimore 
White Welcome, 4 N High 
Wilber Dietrich, Hollins mkt 
Will John. 104 S Caroline 
Wilson Mrs. Agnes, Lexington mkt 
WILSON J. A., 139 N High 
Wise Elizabeth, Bell Air mkt 
Wiseman Geo., 74 Fell's Point mkt 

and 144 Centre mkt 
Wolf George, Fell's Point mkt 
Wolf John, Centre mkt 
Wood George, Fell's Point mkt 
Young Michael, 261 S Broadway 
Zink Ph. Fr., 223 S Charles 

Bakers, Cracker and Ship 
Biscuit. 

BALTIMORE COMPANY 

BISCUIT AND CRACKER 

MANUFACTORY. 

JAMES BEATTY, 

Ship Biscuit, Cracker, and 

Cake Baker. 

Nos. 92, 94, and 96 Dugan's Wharf, 

near Pratt Street. 

Vessels supplied with stores. 



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BAN 



GILMOUR A. M., 239 W Pratt 
McCoubray Thomas, 158 W Pratt 



MASON JAMES D. & CO. 

PATENT BAKERY. 

SHIP BREAD 

and 

CRACKER BAKERY, 

114 W Pratt Street, 

(bet. South and Commerce) 

Baltimore. 



MASON R. & SON, 128 W Pratt, 
Pilot, Navy, Ship Bread, and Bis- 
cuit Bakers 

Tyler & Brothers, S E c Pratt and 
Patterson 



Bankers. 

{See also Brokers, Stock and Ex- 
change.) 

Bavne & Co., 208 W Baltimore 
BENNER. DENISON & CO., Wal- 
ker's Building, 263 W Baltimore 



BROTHERS McKIM, 

BANKERS, 

150 W Baltimore. 



BROWN ALEXANDER & SONS, 
15.3 W Baltimore 

BROWN BROS. & CO., 153 W Bal- 
timore. BANKERS and STER- 
LING EXCHANGE DEALERS. 

Carson Thomas, 204 W Baltimore 



BAN 

COX JAMES H., 

N. E. c. North and Baltimore. 
Agent for the sale of 

GOVERMENT REVENUE STAMPS, 

Dealer in COIN, 
All kinds of 

UNCURRENT MONEY 

and EXCHANGE. 

Collections made at all accessible 
points in the country. 



Evans Isaac J., 162 W Baltimore 

Garrett R. & Son?, .34 N Howard 

GITTINGS JOHN S. & CO., 29 
South 

Gorer Philip & Co., 22 W Baltimore 

Harris Samuel & Sons, 196 W Bal- 
timore 

JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO., 
198 W Baltimore. LAND WAR- 
RANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

McKIM BROTHERS, 150 W Balti- 
more 

McKim & Co., 186 W Baltimore 

Nicholson Isaac L. & Co., 28 W 
Baltimore 

Nicholson J. J. & Sons, 284 W Bal- 
timore 

PURVIS & CO., 192 W Baltimore, 
Bankers and Stock Exchange 
Brokers. Jas. E. Purvis, Jas. 
P. Thomas. 

STONE JAMES H., DEALER IN 
STOCKS, BONDS, COMMER- 
CIAL PAPER, GOLD COIN, 
AND ALL DESIRABLE SECU- 
RITIES. OFFICES NEC BAL- 
TIMORE AND CHARLES 

TORMEY LEONARD J., 22 South 



BAX 



BED 



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WAINWRIGHT, CLOUD & CO. 

167 W. Baltimore, 

BANKERS, STOCK 

AND 

EXCHANGE BROKERS. 

H. fl. Wain Wright, Daniel Cloud, 
Edwin F. Reese. 



REFERENCES. 

R. H. Lowry, Esq., Pres. Bank of 

Republic, New York, 
•Jas. Mott, Esq., Cash, of Duncan, 

Sherman & Co., New York. 
Messrs. Dibble & Camblos, Stock 

Brokers, New York. 
Messrs. Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 

Phila. and Washington. 
Messrs. Chas. Camblos & Co., Bank- 
ers, Phila. 
Chas. B. Wainwright, Esq., Phila. 
J. Reese, Esq., Cash. Far. & Mech. 

Bank, Westminster. 
Johns Hopkins, Esq., Baltimore. 
Geo. R. Gaither, Esq., Baltimore. 
Messrs. Woodward, Baldwin & Co., 

Baltimore. 
R. Miekle, Esq., Cash. Union Bank 

of Md., Balto. 
Trueman Cross, Esq., Cash. Com. & 

Far. Bank, Balto. 
P. Gibson, Esq., Cash. Bk. of Balto. 
J. J. Clark, Esq., Pres. Citizens Bk. 

Balto. 
Messrs. Wm. Fisher & Sons, Stock 

Brokers, Balto. 
Messrs. Daniel Miller & Co., Balto. 

" Devries, Stephens <fe Co. " 
J. S. Barry & Co. " 

Banks. 

Bank of Baltimore, N E e St Paul 

and Baltimore 
BANK OF COMMERCE, 26 South 
Chesapeake, North c Faj-ette 



CITIZENS', Hanover c Pratt, John 
Clark, Pres't, J. Wesley Guest, 
Cashier. 

Commercial &, Farmers' Bank, Ger- 
man c Howard 

FARMERS' k MERCHANTS', c 
South and Lombard 

Farmers' & Planters', 17 South 

Fell's Point, Broadway n Canton av 

FRANKLIN. 15 South 

Howard, N W e Howard &, Favette 

MARINE. N E c Gay and Second 

MECHANICS', Michael Warner, 
President, Chas. R. Coleman, 
Cashier, N E c Calvert A; Fayette 

Merchants', Second c Gay 

Peoples', Baltimore c Paca 

Union. Charles c Fayette 

WESTERN. Chauncy Brook,<», 
PresifJeyit, Wm. H. Norris, Cash. 
12 N Eutaw 

Bank for Saving. 

Baltimore, Gay c Second 
Dime Saving Bank, 9 N Calvert 
Eutaw, Eiitaw c Fayette 

Bark Mills. 
•Appold A., Caroline c McEllderry ^'i 

Basket Makers. 
Aoomb William, 121 Franklin 
Dwyer John, 97 N Eutaw 
Gado M., 26 S Eutaw 
Pope Jacob, UN Pearl 
Rentz M. J., 40 N Paca 

Bedding and Mattresses. 

{See also Upholsterers.) 
ANDERSON W E., 10 &. 12 Second 

(See advertisement.) 
Frey J J., 41 N Gay 
Frey <fe Co. C, 7 Greenmount av 
GODEY THOMAS, 54 Hanover 
HODES JOHN, 474 W Baltimore, 
Manufacturer of Mattresses and 
Bedding. Constantly on hand a 
large assortment of all kinds of 
Mattresses and Bedding. Orders 
will be punctually attended to. 



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MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement oppo^ 
site Upholsterers.) 

POLLACK A., 96 N Howard 

Wheatfield A., 6 Second 

Bill Poster. 

Harper J. W., 12 North 

Billiard Saloons. 

Dickinson David, Franklin Hall, 

North 
Hall L. J., Baltimore c Light 
McElroy P., 5ri North 

Billiard Table Manufacturer. 
Petersen Louis G., 1 Low 

Bitters, Manufacturer of. 

Kuhlman Christian, 274 N Gay 

Blacksmiths. 

{See also Wheelwrights.) 

Anderson Charles, 4 SEutaw 
Baker Christian, 173 Hardford av 
Baltimore City Railroad Co., 942 TV 

Baltimore 
Burnham J. T., 48 N Paca 
Chester William, 9 Pleasant 
Clautier Peter, 375 Portland 
Cook George, Columbia c Scott 
Cunningham Thomas, 42 EUicott 
Devalin Hugh, 89 Harrison 
Dooley Charles, 140 Hardford av 
Doyle James, Central av c Bank 
Eilbacher John V., 16 Lee 
Einwaechter Alex., 116 Columbia 
Faivrall W. H., 133 S Fremont 
Fisher William, York 
Gesell T., 588 W Baltimore 
Hall Nelson M., Ill N Paca 
Hays & Sellman, 94 Central av 
Heagerty M., 761 W Baltimore 
Hitchcock Josiah, 273 S Ann 
Lally M., 126 Franklin 
Lee Charles, 412 W Baltimore 
Leonard C. M., 113 W Lombard 
Lestrange Patrick. Centre c Davis 
McClelland George, John al 



McCurley James, 17 L Sharp 
Meyd F., 167 Henrietta 
Mueller J. P., 68 Greenmount av 
Ottelein P., 267 S Bond 
Rau John, 95 Low 
Riehwine Henry, 600 W Pratt 
ROBERTS OWEN G., 292i S Caro- 
line 
SchaflFer David, 20 W Fayette 
Schlutter Aug't, Holiday c Sara- 
toga 
SCHMITT V. J., 346 Light 
Sindall P., 117 Hillen 
Snyder John, 498 N Gay 
Steck Charles, 94 Central av 
Steck Louis, 108 Greenmount av 
STEPHENS HENRY, 397 S Charles 
Strange L., Davis c Centre 
Talbot Benjamin, 118 N Calvert 
Towner J., Ridgly 
Vath A., Hanover 
Watkins Evan, 37 Light 
Winters Conrad, 87 Central av 
Yorghert Casper, 260 Washington 
Zinkhan A., 763 W Baltimore 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

{See also Stationers ; also, Book 
Binders.) 

Hetzler Francis D., 95 W Baltimore 
Peters Wm. H., 151 W Pratt 

Bleachers — Bonnets, Hats. 

Hill Mark, 40 German 

Hill Richard, Sharp and German 

Naeder Mad. T., 77 N Howard 

Block and Pump Makers. 

{See also Pump Makers.) 

Bandel L. J., 97 McElderry's whf 
Cathcart R. & W. IL, 113 Thames 
CHURCH & BROWN, 4 Dugan.— 
Dealers in New and Second-ILmd 
Standing and Running Rigging, 
Blocks, Hooks, Thimbles, &c. 
DELANO W. H., 72 W Pratt 
Lewis Levi, South side of Basin 
Mallon John, 61 W Pratt 



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Moore John F., 5 Fell 

Peregoy Wm., Thames c Bond 

Powell Henry, 131 McElderry's whf 

Rice Thos., 4 Covington 

Wood Thos., 145 McElderry's whf 

Boarding Houses. 

Askew Thomas B., 119 N Eutaw 
Beltz Mrs. N, 14 New Church 
Chapman Mrs. C, 230 W Pratt 
Collins Patrick, 53 President 
Cordery Mrs. W., 137 W Lexington 
Cox Mrs. A., 103 Hanover 
Crockett R. H., 73 S Charles 
Cullimore Mrs. John, 193 E Pratt 
Dahle Mary, 94 N Gay 
Elzey Mrs. L., 14 S Calvert 
Guest Mrs. M. C, 42 W Lexington 
Haurander Mrs. L., 64 N Gay 
Herzog Louis, 161 W Lombard 
Isaac R., 89 S Sharp 
Jones T., 136 Cross 
Kerr Eliza, 28 Hanover 
Kenidy Mrs. Anna, 19 W Balti- 
more 
McDonald Mrs., 61 N Howard 
Murphy Jeanet, 1 James 
Pennington, Mrs. S., 10 S Gay 
Reckitt Mrs. A. M., 238 W Pratt 
Slicer Mrs. Wm. C, 119 N Gay 
Smith Ann, 69 S Schroder 
Stevens Mrs. Martha M., 23 N Gay 
Travers Mary Ann, 106 W Fayette 
Wheeler Mrs. R. E., 23 S Gay 

Boat Builders. 

(See also Ship Builders.) 

Bartlett & Bro., S side of Basin 
James Levi, 158 Thames 
Miles John S., York 
Rennous E. G., 115 McElderry's 
whf 

Boiler Makers. 

(See also Iron Founders.) 

MURRAY, CLARK, THORNTON 
Sc CO., 42 and 44 York. (See ad- 
vertisement.) 



Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, &c. 
West William, 151 North 

Bone Factory. 

Horner Joshua, Stirling c Chew 

Bonnet Frame Makers. 

DONOHUE B., 253 N Gay 
McCAFFERTY ARTHUR, 68 W 

Lexington 
Todhunter Silas, 25 Chesnut 

Bonnet Makers. 

(See also Milliners.) 

Hamburger J., 173 N Gay 
Hart Mrs. M., 156^ W Lexington 
Kessler & Co. M., 214 W Lexington 
MULLER Mrs. LOUIS, 110 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement op 
Newspapers.) 

Book Binders. 

{See also Blank Book Manufac- 
turers.) 

Heise Elias, 12 W Fayette 
Hetzler F. D., r 95 W Baltimore 
Lindsay Wm. R., 114 W Baltimore 
Peters Wm. H., 151 W Pratt 
Wright Joel, 160 and 162 W Balti- 
more 

Booksellers and Publishers. 

{Marked thus'^ are Publishers.) 
American Farmer, 147 W Baltimore 
Armstrong & Berry, 156 W Balti- 
more 
Bennett Adolph, 100 N Fremont 
Bond J. W. «fc Co., 86 W Baltimore 
Brady John, 104 W Lexington 
Brown Geo. W., 207 E Baltimore 
*Carr & Co., 21 South (Merchant's 

Guide) 
Caspari A. R., 129 N Howard 
Cathers J. <fe Bro., 36 W Baltimore 
Chickering E. C, 226 W Pratt 
Cook Isaac P., 76 W Baltimore 



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*CROSS E. M. & CO., 110 W Bal- 
timore. PUBLISHERS OF THE 
BALTIMORE CITY BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY, THE PHILA- 
DELPHIA CITY BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY, and the WIL- 
MINGTON, DELAWARE, CITY 
DIRECTORY. Branch office. 337 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cushings& Bailey, 262 W Baltimore 
Des Forge?; John P., 12 Light 
Donnelly Martha, 60 S Howard 
Doyle A. J., 11 Pennsylvania av 
Doyle Thomas G., 297 N Gay 
DuttonT. W., 162i E Baltimore 
ENTY & BOSH, 35 N Charles 
Fisher and Bro., 64 W Baltimore 
Graham John, 514 W Baltimore 
GRATTON GEORGE, W Baltimore 
c Holiday. (See advertisement.) 
Henninghausen L.&Gr., 28^ W Pratt 
Hesselbacher August, 174 S Broad- 
way 
*Jerningham J. A. C, 123 E Balti- 
more 
* Johnson, Fry, & Co., 81 Second 
*KELLY, HEDIAN, & PIET, 174 

W Baltimore 
Kurtz T. Newton, 151 W Pratt 
Lockwood Charles, 42 N Green 
*Lucas Brothers, 170 W Baltimore 
♦Maryland State Bible Society, 
T. H. Quinan agt, 75 W Fayette 
♦Maryland Tract Sunday School 
and Book Depository, S. Guielau 
Sec'y, 73 W Fayette 
Magers G. W., 175 W Lexington 
♦Methodist Protest't Church Book 
Concern, 12 N Gay, Thomas W. 
Ewing, Editor and Agent 
METROPOLITAN Gift Book Store 
Holiday c Baltimore. (See ad- 
vertisement.) 
Metzger Mrs. S. A., 151 N Gay 
Minifie Wm., 114 W Baltimore 
Morrow James S., 103 N Gay 
. Ramesey J. A., 115 S Broadway 
Reed Robert A., 76 N Eutaw 
♦SACHSE E. & CO., 104 S Charles 



Schmidt W. R., 94 W Baltimore 

Sheehy James, 15 St Paul 

Smith'Ellen, 51 N Gay 

Tall Anthony, 265 N Gay 

Taylor Henry, Sun Iron Bdg 111 
W Baltimore 

♦Virtue, Y'^orston, & Co. ,24 Second 

♦ Waite M. II., 138 W Baltimore 

WATERS JAMES S., 168 W Balti- 
more 

WEISHAMPEL J. F., jr., Book- 
seller and Stationer, 8 Eutaw 
House, c Baltimore and Eutaw, 
also 484 Baltimore n Pine. 

WHITNEY, CUSHING, & CO., 
Law School, and Miscella- 
NEGUS Booksellers and Sta- 
tioners, 6 N Howard, op How- 
ard House. Jos. C. Whitney, 
Jos. Gushing, J. H. Medairy 

Woods John W., 202 W Baltimore, 
Publisher of the Baltimore City 
Directory 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

(iSee <3:/.<to Leather and Findings; 
also Leather Dealers.) 

Canox L., 177 Hanover 
Desvarreux James. 164 N Gay 
Grupy Jacob, 132 N Gay 
Helmers John, 250 W Pratt 
Mason William, 189 W Lexington 
Maxwell John 5 Ensor 
Rouque F., 19 Harrison 
SCHMIDT JACOB, 312 W Pratt, 
Leather and Finding Store, Shoe 
Uppers and all other kinds of 
Uppers, Ladies' Uppers, and Phil- 
adelphia Lasts constantly on hand 
STEHLI A., 27 Harrison 

Boot and Shoe Commission 
Merchants. 

{See also Boots and Shoes, Whole- 
sale.) 
BALDERSTON, WARD, A CO., 
14 and 16 German, Commission 



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Merchants and Manufac- 
turers, Agents for the sale of 
Boots and Shoes. John C. Bal- 
derston, J. Wheelwright, J. 
Henry Ward 
BROOKS ROBERT, 257 W Balti- 
more 

GEINNEIL & JENKINS, 

275 W. BALTIMORE, 

WHOLESALE 

COMMISSION DEALERS 

IN 

BOOTS, SHOES, 

HATS, AND CAPS. 

Pendexter, Alden & Co., 19 S 
Charles 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

{See also Boots and Shoes, La- 
dies' ; also, Boots and Shoes, 
Retail.) 
Abendschon Ambrose, 74 Leaden- 
hall 
Aidt L., 60 Ross 
Aiken Henry, 103 S Dallas 
Alschnee George, 107 W Lombard 
Anzmann Joseph, 173 German 
Anel A., 213 Montgomery 
Await Ferdinand, 54 Mulberry 
Bamberger John, 696 W Baltimore 
Banks Henry, 181 S Caroline 
Barth Christian, 30 N Paca 
Baumann Wm., 131 S Fremont 
Beausle John, 158 Columbia 
Beck G.,70 S Fremont 
Beck, Perry R., 259 Light 
Becker Geo. W., 41 S Liberty 
Becker L., 42 Tyson 
Beeswagner J., 49 Douglass 
Beitzler Daniel, 118 S Howard 
5 



Bertram William, 768 W Baltimore 
Birkenwald S., 62 Thames 
Bitner Leonard 248 S Ann 
Bittenger J. D., 9 Penn av. 
Blomeire E., 32 President 
Blum Jacob, 142 Hollins 
Blumenthal L., 239 Montgomery 
Bode J., 184 Orleans 
Bohrman Daniel, 269 S Charles 
Bokel Mrs. J. H., 62 Park 
Bonnet J., 303 Canton av 
Bower John, 95 N Calvert 
Brandford Henry, 369 S Eutaw 
Brandmuller Geo., 27 Brown 
Brazier Mrs. Robert, 263 W Lex- 
ington 
Brautigam M., 54 Park 
Bromwell Geo., 107 S Wolf 
Brooks John, 11 E Pratt 
Bruns B., 281 N Gay 
Brown Francis, 283 S Bond 
Buchner Conrad, 246 S Eutaw 
Burkamp F. C, 111 N Eutj.w 
Connoly James H., 496 W Baltimore 
Carr James, 94 Franklin 
Chanev A. W., 44 E Baltimore 
Cook B. M., 803 W Baltimore 
Cook C, 266 S Howard 
Cook Leonard, 254 Alice Anna 
Copper J. H., 57 Ensor 
Corigan Daniel, 107 Britton 
Cronhardt John, 29 Ensor 
Curll Henry, 229 Hollins 
Dalsheimer D., 178 W Lexington 
Davis Noah, 6 Marion 
Debring John G., 133 N Eutaw 
Dietrich Adam, 205 W Fayette 
Dietrich James, 747 W Baltimore 
Dietrich Philip, 347 W Fayette 
Dietrick Adam, 354 S Charles 
Dobson Jno., 12 Central av 
Dobson Robert-, 90 Jefferson 
Doud Simon, 85 N Fremont 
Dreyer Wm., 166 S Broadway 
Duffy Patrick, 77 Chestnut 
Dundlack George, 107 W Lombard 
Eaton W. C, 327 Aisquith 
Ebner Martin, 196 Hollins 
Eckelman Rudolph, 10 W Lombard 



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BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 



Eizer Michael, 14! John?ton 
Eiseman Moses, 90 Harrison 
Ele Conrad, 70 N Caroline 
Elgert John, 37 Bank 
Ellis & Lockwood, 754 W Baltimore 
EMMERICH C, 18 South 
Emerick Philip, 4 Harrison 
Engelhardt Henry, 222 Light 
Epron Peter, 45 Gay 
Euler Ernest, 184 E Baltimore 
Each Jacob, 6 Penn av 
Fette Henry, 11 Warner 
Tick C. A., 104 Cross 
Fickinschere Henry, 91 Harrison 
Firnstein Valentine, 40 N Eutaw 
Fisher George, 65 North 
Fisher H., 131 Franklin 
Fleischman G., 22 Douglas 
Flynn Jacob, 33 Central av 
Fox John, 226 S Eutaw 
Frederick C. F., 307 Canton av 
Freede A., 58 Mulberry 
Freund H , 97 Schroeder 
Frese J. Henry, 32 E Fayette 
Gallagher Allen R., 95 N Eutaw 
Gardner James F., 58 W Lexington 
Gaydeke F., 122 Greenmount av 
GebhartF., 7N High 
Geier Aug , 394 Hanover 
GeiszN., 96 Hillen 
Glaese Jacob. 638 Light 
Glaeszer Wm., 68 McElderry 
Gluckstein A., N E cor Eutaw and 

Mulberry 
Goldsmith Charles, 30 E Baltimore 
Goodwin T., 48 Beuren 
Greuzebart Henry, 240 S Sharp 
Gruelih Louis, 35 S Caroline 
Gunclach Chas., 145 Columbia 
HAENFTLING G., 152 Henrietta 
Hagedorn H., 28 Ross 
Hall James B.,. Caroline c McEU- 

derry 
Harle L., 342 W Pratt 
Harrison W. E., 84 S Charles 
Hartman John & Son, 678 W Balti- 
more 
Heer Henry J., 186 Cross 
Heck Charles, 315 W Pratt 



Heitmuller Henry, 346 Canton av 
Heimerlinger John C, 14 Ross 
Herman G., 60 N Register 
Herman H., 84 Market Space 
Hesse Henry, 523 W Baltimore 
Uerzog Adam H., 119 W Lexington 
Hick Joseph, 234 Light 
Hoamkamp Joseph, 5 S Poppleton 
Hull George, 168 E Baltimore 
HulshofiF Gerhard, 24 Park 
Hummel A., 935 W Baltimore 
Jacob J., 61 S Fremont 
Johnson Theodore R., 14 Mosher 
Kahlert F., 284 S Ann 
Keener Andrew, 287 Canton av 
Keim H. W. A., 46 German 
Kenny James, 13 Ensor 
Keurner Henry, Howard c Henri- 
etta 
Kiesling Andrew, 352 Canton av 
Kinzer N., 67 Richmond 
Kipp George, 217 Eastern av 
Knell George A., 185 Riddle 
Kniss Peter, 4 Second 
Koch Gus., 21 Dover 
Koch John, 92 Harrison 
Koehler Henry, 536 W Baltimore 
Koerner Henry, Howard c Henrietta 
Kohl John A., 125 W Lombard 
Kook F., 21 Pine 
Kornman H., Exeter c Watson 
Kraft H., 157 N Register 
Krample Wolftang, 420 Canton av 
Krope John, 27 Abbey pi 
Kratzer A., 119 N Register 
Krumholtz F., 241 S Eutaw 
Kurtz Henry, 16 N Register 
Lang George, Dallas c Pratt 
Langa Henry, 232 Canton av 
Laughlin Thomas, 2 St Paul 
Lauterbach Jacob, 284 Canton av 
Leddor Geo. M., 201 E. Baltimore 
Lenbke A. & Co., 5 N Eutaw 
Lenz August, 54 N Schroeder 
Leutner Frank, 241 S Sharp 
Lewis J. S., 137 S Broadway 
Lind George, 26 S Oregon 
Lindaw Abraham, 101 Harrison 
List A. J., 123 Columbia 



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List Jacob, 213 W Lexington 
Livingston Seth, 272 Light 
Lohrmann Henry, 317 S Charles 
Lohmuller Mrs. D., 116 E Lombard 
Long Casper, 1 Castle al 
LONG JOHN F, 1 N Calvert, oppo- 
site Barnum's. French Boot and 
Shoe Maker. 
Long William, 249 S Broadway 
Louis F., 242 Hanover 
Lutz John, 17 Fish Market Space 
McCadden T , 99 N Front 
McCarthy J. J., 58^ N Howard 
Maddux Thomas, 12 Light 
Magee P., 175 Franklin 
Marshall John, 119 E Pratt 
Mason Richard, 6 North 
Mather James, 92 W Lexington 
Mechthold George, 197 S Charles 
Meerdter J., 37 S Paca 
Mehring P., 350 Light 
Menner John, 194 Hollins 
Merck A., 829 W Baltimore 
Metchold Charles, 197 S Charles 
Metzger, Frederick, 237 Canton av 
Meyer Geo. H. L., 41 N Liberty 
Mingo A.. 254 S Broadway 
Mitchell M., 54 S Howard 
Miller B, H., 246 S Broadway 
Miller Casper, 93 N Caroline 
Miller Peter, 259 S Broadway 
Miller F. T., 757 W Baltimore 
Moszrer C. R., 16 New 
MuUenberg J., 112 N Paca 
Muller Frederick, 66 N Register 
Murray Mrs. S., 30 Russell 
Myers Andrew, 157 S Sharp 
Naas J., 10 Park 
Nash John W., 103 S Broadway 
Nolte D., 27 Thames 
Ohrenschall C, 56 S Charles 
Olbaugh John W,, 207 Light 
Oppenmeyer H., 230 S Eutaw 
Otterbeir J., 23 Ensor 
Overbeck Angust, 19 Watson 
Parr J. G., N Caroline c Fayette 
Peck Louis, 16 E Baltimore 
Pennig Casper, 61 Bank 
Pfaff John, 71 Washington 



Polleti J., 206 Hanover 
Raos John, 350 S Charles 
Rapp C, 5 Carlton 
Reise F., 40 Douglass 
Renner Jacob, 40 Greenmount av. 
RenoflFFred., 55 Ensor 
RexroflFA., 150 Central av 
Reynolds G. L , 406 W Lombard 
Richenberger J., 184 Light st whf 
Ridgaway Joseph, Aisquith c Doug- 
lass 
Rink J., 205 S Charles 
Ritter Christian, 10 E Pratt 
Ritter Frederick, 30 E Pratt 
Roberts W., 69 W Fayette 
Roeth Christian, 288 S Charles 



KOSS DAYID J., 

BOOT AND SHOE 

MAKER AND IMPORTER, 
CALVERT STREET, 

UNDER barnum's HOTEL. 



Roth John, 34 Central av 
Rothhaupt Chas., 61 Britton 
Rupple H., 6 L Paca 
Schlien E., 75 Harrison 
Schmidt Aug., 367 Light 
Schmidt C, 685 W Baltimore 
Schmit Harmon 9 W Fayette 
Schorr Frederick, 47 President 
Schminke W., 312 Alice Anna 
Schroeder Henry, Low c Front 
Schroeder John, 90 Hamburg 
Schulmeyer Charles, 23 Harrison 
Schrufer John, 94 Greenmount av 
Schultzbach Peter, 690 W Baltimore 
Schurer A., 19 Arch 
Schultze M., 300 Alice Anna 



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BOOTS AND SHOES, LADIES'. 



Sehultze Henry, 1 N Register 
Schulz Mather, 113 Henrietta 
Schuszler Adam, 23 S Wolf 
Schwab S., Central av c Orleans 
Schwaz G., 323 S Charles 
SELLERS JESSE. 5 Holiday, 
NEW BOOT, SHOE, AND GAI- 
TER ESTABLISHMENT, is pre- 
pared to furnish the latest styles of 
Gentlemen's and Youth's Boots, 
Shoes, and Gaiters, made in the 
most durable and. workmanlike 
manner, and of the best material. 
Seller John, 250 Canton av 
Shutze A. D., 15 Light 
Siess J., 9 Carlton 
Sielricht George, 11 S Dallas 
Smidt John, 192 Columbia 
Smith A., 151 N Eutaw 
Smith C, 35 McElderry 
Smith George II., 45 Thames 
Smith John, 35 Britton 
StafFort Lewis, 21 S Liberty 
Stein John, 69 Thames 
Stembler John V., 800 W Baltimore 
Stembler N., 497 W Baltimore 
Stenger C. H., 65 Bank 
Stinson R., 4 Holiday 
Stintz Wm. F., 158 E Lombard 
Straupp Peter, 343 S Charles 
Strauss F., 258 Montgomery 
Strauss Fred, 195 Light 
Strauss George, 226 S Charles 
Suchbradle Geo., 197 Eager 
Swope F. T., 18 Chestnut 
Syms James, 146 S Fremont 
Thomas P., 5 S Gay 
Thompson James, 143 E Baltimore 
Tindle Rob. W., 20 Camden 
Tuhlman C, 833 W Baltimore 
Ulrich Fred. W., 113 N Calvert 
Veara Frances, 35 E Baltimore 
Vogler Andrew, 299 Alice Anna 
Vogt J., 253 Light 
Voget Henry, 570 W Lombard 
Volk Francis, 48 S Charles 
Volk John R., 12 Russell 
Volker J., 16 Ross 
Volker Michael, 82 North 



Vonderheide, J. H. G., 2 Saratoga 
Waldeck Valentine, 271 S Bond 
Wagner A., 55 S Poppleton 
Wagner Philip, 35 S Schroder 
Walker W. T., 139 \f Lombard 
Warden J. A., 167 Columbia 
•Waring S. M., 44 S Howard 
WAMBACK WM., 16 South 
WATKINS WM. B., 80 W Lexing- 
ton 
Weaver Andrew, 411 Light 
Weckenmann E., 93 Green 
Weigel Geo., 46 S Republican 
Wengert Leonard, Bond c Thames 
Wever A., 413 W Pratt 
Wever H. D., 70 Camden 
Wheatley T., 241 E Baltimore 
Wheeler Samuel, 250 W Lexington 
Wilier John, 64 S Schroder 
Williamson Wm. M., 18 Ensor 
Wilson David, 54 Harrison 
Wilson John T., 748 W Baltimore 
Winkler F. J., 31 S Oregon 
Winter Florence, 6 N Green 
Wolf Henry, 20 Scott 
Wright L. D., 208 S Broadway 
Zehle C. & A. Koss, 550 W Balti- 
more 
Zigler Fred., 50 Camden 
Zimmerman John v., 280 Aisquith 
Zimmisch Fred'k, 72 Camden 

Boots and Shoes — Ladies'. 

ARDIN D., 36 N Charles, Manu- 
PACTURER OF LADIES' FASH- 
lONABLE BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Bangs John, S E c Pratt and Sharp 
Berry Geo. W., 284 N Gay 
Brtidy James, 472 W Baltimore 
Bussmann Mrs. Anna, 240 S Charles 
Caples W. M., 71 N Eutaw 
HallF. J., 306 N Gay 
Hamer William H., 56 N Howard 
Harper William, S E c Eutaw and 

Saratoga 
Hults Robert, 22 Water 
LYON H., 9 E Baltimore. Ladies', 
Misses' and Children's Shoes con- 
stantly on hand. 



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Moreland Wm. H., 56 N Gay 
PERRY'S JOHN B., Shoe Empo- 
rium FOR Ladies, Misses and 
Children. A great variety of 
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters kept 
constantly on hand Measures 
TAKEN for Boots and Shoes of 
every and all kinds, and a perfect 
fit guaranteed. 231 W Lexington. 
PICKERING WM., 232 W Lexing- 
ton market space 
Reboul Mme. N., 87 N Howard 
Whelan George, 158 N Eutaw 
Williams J. S., 70 N Charles 
WILLIAMS & SPENCER, LA- 
DIES' BOOT & SHOE STORE, 
c Hanover and Lombard 

Boots and Shoes, Ladies', 
Manufacturers of. 

Ebaugh D. F., 220 N Eutaw 
FAUST JOHN, 16 S Charles 
Norris James, 222 N Eutaw 

Boot & Shoe Manufactur'rs. 

Buckley C. R., 89 Hanover 
CLOGG GEO. S., 2 S Calvert, Man- 
ufacturer of Boots and Shoes 



FAUST JOHN, 

WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF 

Gentlemen's Fine French Calf 

BOOTS, 

SHOES AND GAITERS. 

ALSO, 

SHOES AND GAITEES. 

16 S. CHARLES. 



Gallagher Thomas, S W c Paca and 

Saratoga 
Ireland David, 347i W Baltimore 
NEURATH E., 117 W Fayette 
Perry Levi & Co., 179 W Baltimore 
Phillips John T., agt., US Sharp 



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Smith C, 31 mBaltimore"^ 
THATER PHILIP, 280 W Pratt 

Boots and Shoes, Retail. 

Addison Samuel S., 230 W Pratt 
Andrews Wm., 272 W Pratt 
Apt John, 199 S Broadway 
Arnett Levi, 361 N Gay 
Aul Michael, 312 N Gay 
Bailey Wm., 108 W Lexington 
Bangs John, S E c Pratt and Sharp 
Bannenberg Frederick, 344 W Pratt 
Bantz Theo. S. (agent), 320 W Bal- 
timore 
Baulch James, 213 Light 
Berg Philip, 64 W Pratt 
Berney B., 24 W Pratt and IS Cen- 
tre market space 
Bertram & Son, 214 W Pratt 
Betschler M., 244 S Charles 
Better Wm., 249 S Broadway 
Biggins Wm. H., 182 N Gay 
Biilmyer Joseph. 142 W Pratt 
Blunnanar Lewis, 235 S Charles 
Bodicker, 43 N Gay 
Bowen J. L., 11 E Baltimore 
Brown Jacob, 79 McElderry's whf 
Bulack Joseph, 248 W Pratt 
Bunting Wm. J., 70 N Howard 
Burke Laurence, 62 Market space 
Butter Thomas, 211 Hollins 
Buzby Joseph, 175 Hanover 
Carback E. & Son, 165 W Lexing- 
ton 
CASSIDY JAMES, 33 W Pratt 
Chamberlain J. C, 285 W Pratt 
CROOK G. W. M., 69 W Baltimore 
Cross H. L., 234 W Lexington 
Dalsheimers D., 192 W Lexington 
Damme Sophia, 214 S Broadway 
Davidson J. & Miss, 665 W Balti- 
more 
Davis S., 150 W Lexington 
De Baufre S. E., 254 Washington 
De Baufre W. H., 84 Broadway 
Deuges Peter, 22 Park 
Doenges Ernest, 514 W Baltimore 
Dorsey Daniel W., 172 N Gay 
Dry den Samuel, 334 W Baltimore 



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BOOTS AND SHOES, RETAIL. 



Ei.'ema^jMoses, 34 Centre Market 

Space 
Eliel Solomon, 220 W Pratt 
Ely M. S., N E c Gay and Exeter 
Emerich A., 16 Harrison 
Emerich W. H., 9 N Eutaw 
Epstein & Co., 127 N Gay 
Fensley Wm , 141 S Broadway 
Field J., 80 W Pratt 
Fillbert George, 388 N Gay 
Fisher G. F., 64 N Gay 
Fisher Henry, 42 1 W Pratt 
Fleming James, 121 N Gay 
Fluharty James, 23 N Gay 
Fox Stephen P., 510 W Baltimore 
Frank Henry, 193 N Gay 
Frank Solomon, 157 W Lexington 
Fried Louis, 6 and 30 Centre mkt 

space 
Friedel J. C, 73 N Gay 
Friedeman Henry, 60 Market space 
GAHAN P., BOOT MAKER, 88 W 
Baltimore, bet Gay and Holiday. 
Where may be obtained the latets 
French and English Styles. 
Gareis G., 10 E Monument 
Gawthrops Wm. H., 163 W Lexing- 
ton 
George Isaac S., 806 Market space 
Hammacks Geo. M., 221 N Gay 
Hand Alexander, 65 N Eutaw 
Hecht & Putzels, 180 W Lexington 
Heintz George, 86 S Front 
Heinz Andrew, 86 N Gay 
Hemmick Jacob, 39 N Liberty 
Herdtman F., 66 N Gay 
Herman C, 124 W Lexington 
Herman L., 72 Market space 
Hernsheim Mrs. B., 152i S Broad- 
way 
Herrmann Aaron, 174 N Gay 
Hessler Peter, 34 i W Pratt 
Hill Geo. D. &Co., 53 N Gay 
HIMMELREICH B., 647 W Balti- 
more 
:dURSELL J. C, 119 N Gay 
Jandorf Reuben, 10-? W Pratt 
Johnson Wm., 110 N Gay 
Junker Philip, 225 Light 



Kange Lewis, 296 W Pratt 
Kay ton H. H., 70 Hanover 
Kinner John, 397 W Baltimore 
Kramer H., 85 N Gay 
Kroeger Joseph, 128 W Lexington 
Kruger D., 49 N Gay 
Kuper, F. J., 251 N Gay 
Levy Moses, 44 Centre mkt space 
Lloyd F., 146 W Baltimore 
Lubke A., 241 S Charles 
McAllister Mrs. M., 340 Light 
McLaughlin J., 236 N Gay 
Manko R. H., 250 W Pratt 
Markert A., 210 S Sharp 
Martin Samuel, 516 W Baltimore 
Maxwell Alex., 309 N Gay 
Meeth John, S E c Light & Warren 
Meseke Frederick, 322 W Pratt 
MILLER H., 792 W Baltimore. 
Manufacturer of Boots, Shoes, 
and Gaiters for Gentlemen, La- 
dies', and Children 
Minners Mrs. S., 98 Richmond 
Mitchell J. W., 22 S Sharp 
MOCKBEE W. T., 29 W Baltimore 
Mouse John Henry, 63 Harrison 
Mules Thomas, 176 W Lexington 
Murray Wm., 68 Market space 
Myer Philip, 316 W Pratt 
Nicolai John C, 553 W Baltimore 
Offner J. A., N E c Gay and Forrest 
Oppenhiem Isaac, 280 S Charles 
Peck Henry, 159 W Pratt 
PICKERING WxM., Manufacturer 
of LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S 
BOOTS and SHOES, 232 W Lex- 
ington market space 
Pistel George, 100 N Howard 
Rauch Mrs. Sibald, 542 W Balti- 
more 
Richards J. H., 120 Light st whf 
Richards J. T., 76 N Pearl 
Rityer H., 49 i N Eutaw 
Roswald J., 177 N Gay 
Rothauge K., 674 W Baltimore 
Schloss Moses, 57 Harrison 
Schott J. & Bro., 424 W Baltimore 
Schwaze William F., 222 W Lex- 
ington 



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Sellers Jesse, 5 Holiday 
Smith Nicholas, 489 N Gay 
Spamer Henry, 272 N Gay and 92 S 

High 
Spezzel A., 113 W Lexington 
Stein John K., 19 Penn av 
STOOPS WxM. HENRY, 60 Han- 

over 
Thomas Henry, 14 N. Liberty 
Tucker Enoch G., 139 E Baltimore 
Unger & Rumohr, 37 N Eutaw 
Vantill S. J., 133 S Fremont 
Volkert N. H., 641 W Baltimore 
Vollmer L., 169 W Pratt 
Weil E. P. & Sons, 113 N Gay 
White Mathew, 64 Richmond 
Whitmarsh George, 159 W Lexing- 
ton 
Wilcox J. H., 252 N Gay 
Wilcox Thomas S., 134 N Gay 
Wilcox William L., 150 N Gay 
Winter Frederick, 283 N Gay 
Zink John H., 277 W Pratt 

Boots and Shoes — Whole- 
sale. 

(/See a/50 Boot AND Shoe Commis- 
sion Merchants.) 

BROOKS ROBERT, 

257W. BALTIMORE, 
one door E. of Hanover, 

WHOLESALE DEALER AND COM- 
MISSION MERCHANT 

for the sale of 

BOOTS, SHOES, 

AND LEATHER. 



Brooks, Fulton & Co., 346 W Balti- 
more 

BURNS GEO. W., Wholesale Dealer 
in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND 
CAPS, 338 W Baltimore n How- 



ard. Particular attention paid to 
orders. 
Carey, Bangs & Woodward, 266 

Baltimore 
Carroll, Adams & New, 286 Balti- 
more 
Dalsheimer D., 269 W Baltimore 
DIXON WM. T. & BRO., 306 W 
Baltimore. — Wholesale Dealers 
and Commission Merchants in 
Boots and Shoes, Hiits and Caps. 
WM.T. DIXON, JAMES DIXON, 
JR. 
Griffin R. B. & Sons, 17 S Charles 
GRINNBLL & JENKINS, 275 W 

Baltimore 
Hecht & Putzel, 302 W Baltimore 
Horner Frank F. & Co., 324 W Bal- 
timore 
Kimberly J. M., Baltimore c 

Howard 
RUSSELL BENJAMIN, 293 W 
Baltimore, WHOLESALE BOOT 
AND SHOE MANUFACTURER. 
Every Description of ARMY AND 
CAVALRY BOOTS AND SHOES 
made to order. 
RuthrauflF & Smith, 290 W Balti- 
more 
Tucker <fe Smith, 250 W Baltimore 
Warner & Bro., 254 W Baltimore 
Wirt J. & Co., 3 N Howard 

Boots and Shoes, Whole- 
sale and Retail. 

CROOK G. W. M., 

69 W Baltimore, four doors W. of 
Gay, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

Of every Description. 



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BOT 



BOX 



Mockbee, 29 E Baltimore 
Wharton Wm., 106 i W Pratt 

Bottlers. 

{See also Ale and Porter ; also, 
Mineral Waters.) 



COUGHLAN WILLIAM, 

Sole Agent for R. Smith's 

PHILADELPHIA 

XX ALE, 

AND BOTTLER OF 

PORTER, ALE, CIDER, 

MINERAL WATER, 

SCOTCH ALE, 

LONDON BROWN STOUT, 

&c., 

169 & 171 CENTRAL AVENUE, 

BALTIMORE. 



Ellis & Cairnes, City ct N Calvert 
Gray Henry H., 2 N Strieker 
Lubecker John, 21 Thames, F P 
McKay James, 132 Franklin 
Madden J., 16 President 
Mitchell Edward, Barre c Warner 
PIER G. W. & CO., Hanover c Bal- 
timore, dealers in ALE, PORTER, 
CIDER, LAGER BEER, &c., and 
agents for the celebrated CHEST- 
NUT GROVE BOURBON 
Russell Wm., 5 Mercer 



EDMOND WALSH'S 

Old Established 

BOTTLING VAULTS, 

29 SOUTH FREDERICK ST. 
near Lombard, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Who keeps constantly on hand 
Foreign and Domestic 

PORTER AND ALE, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

Mineral and Sarsaparilla 
Waters. 



Walsh Thomas, 45 N Frederick 
Wisenauer Jacob, 4(J7 W Pratt 

BoTvling Saloon. 

{See also Billiard Saloons ; also 
Hotels ; also Taverns.) 

FOLTZ GEORGE & H. EHLEN, 5 
Lovely lane 

Box Makers. 

{See also Carpenters and Build- 
ers.) 

ASHLEY W. H. & C. C, 216 W 

Pratt 
EHRMAN & BERSCH, 210 S How- 
ard. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 
Klare & Winkleman, 15 L Sharp 
KLINGMEYER & HEISE, 18 Mc- 
Clellen's al. (See advertisement 
interleaved.) 
RADECKE & CO., 22 McClellan'a 
al. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 
Schroeder R., 31 Albemarle 
SCHULZE ERNEST, S E c Balti- 
more and Charles and 2 Cedar al. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 



JOHN EHBMAN. CHBISTIA5 BERSCH. 

EHRMAN & BERSCH, 
STEAM FLOORING, PLANING, AND SAW MILL, 

3sro. 210 S. HoTT^arci Street, 

Between Montgomery and Henrietta Streets, 

E»,..,c», I [« irr Di^sion s.,. ■ BALJt MORE. 

WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE 

CIGAE, TOBACCO, SNUFF, CRACKER, STRAWBERRY, OYSTER, 

-A.N"I> -A.IJX. OTHER. ICIlSriDS OF BOi^ES, 

At the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. 
07* All orders entrusted to us will be promptly attended to. 

KLINGMEYER & HEISE, 

STORE-SHELVING AND BOX-MAKING, 

No. 8 McCLELLAN'S ALLEY, near Baltimore St, 

IB A TiTI3VrQI=l.:E, 

Boxes of erery description made at the shortest notice, and on the most reasona> 

ble terms. 
WH. KLINGMETER. WILLIAM HEISE. 

JOHN RABECKE. OTTO DUKKB. 

RADECKE & CO., 

BOX MAKERS AND CARPENTERS, 

No. 22 McCLELLAN STREET, near Fayette St., 

J3t/\T ■TIJVEOH.IE, 

All orders promptly attended to. Boxes of every description made at the shortest 
notice and on the most reasonable terms. 



ERNEST SCHULZE, 

S. E. Cor. Baltimore and Charles Sts., and No. 2 Cider Alley, 



THOMAS C. BASSHOR A CO., 

Engineers and Manufacturers of 

STEAM AND WATER FIXTURES, 

For Heating Fublio and Private Buildings, Oreen Honses, Steamboats, &o. ko, 
'Wholesale and Betail Dealers in every deecrlption of 

Wrought Iron Pipes, Malleable and Cait Iron Steam Fittingi, Brasf 
Work, Steam Ganges, Traps, Steam and Hand 
Pumps, Heaters, &c. 

Also, Proprietors of the American Automatic Steam Company's 

LOW PEESSXJEE STEAM HEATING APPARATITS, 

GOLD'S PATENT, 

The flret and only Low Pressure Steam Heating Apparatus -with OPEN BOILER, 

ever used for Warming and Ventilating Public and Private Buildings, 

Hotels, Churches, Hospitals, Green Houses, &c. &c. 

WARRANTED EFFICIENT, ECONOMICAL, AND SAFE.'-^K 

AUGUST WAGNER, 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

nSTo- 30 KCa^aaoTTor 3treet, 
HENRY McSHANE & CO., 

i^^ ^mm mi fill gmuim, 

And Manufacturers of every description of 

VALVES, GAUGES, COCKS, etc. etc., for 

STiij^iEiii^ WAi?s[E<, ©ia§^ mu iirso sir®<» 

ISTo- IS'Z ISTortli Street, 

HEKRY McSHANE. > »^ vt v. »»« v. 

E. L. BAILEY. i ^ S ? ^ ? 

J. McSHANE. ) J^ 4!tL Ail A A 



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SIEMERS HERMAN, 21 S Liberty. 
BOX MAKER, ALL KINDS OF 
BOXES MADE AT THE SHORT- 
EST NOTICE AND ON THE 
MOST REASONABLE TERMS. 
Smith James, 69 S Dallas 
Tiemeyer & Waltjen, 17 German 
Winkalman John, 15 Grant 

Brass Cock Manufacturers. 

McSHANE HENRY & CO., 157 
North. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

Brass Founders, Finishers 
and Manufacturers. 

Aitcheson James, 67 North 
Baker & Brown, 10 W Pratt 
Hardesty George "W., 44 Holiday 
McSHANE HENRY & CO., 157 
North. (See advertiseiiient in- 
terleaved.) 
Regester Joshua, 58 Holiday 
WAGNER AUGUST,_ 30 Harrison. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 

BreTvers. 

BALTIMORE BREWERY, F. 
DANDELET, Proprietor, Hano- 
ver c Conway. (See advertise- 
ment.) 

Clagett William & Co., E Lombard 
n the Bridge 

DANDELET F., Hanover c Con- 
way. (See advertisement.) 

Frenie George, 146 Penna av 

PIER G. W. & CO., Hanover c 
Baltimore 

Wissman A., 138 Hollins 

Bre-wers — Lager Beer. 

BAUR JOHN, 392 Canton av. (See 

advertisement.) 
Bauernschmidt G. & Co., 281 W 

Pratt 



HERZOO COIVRAD, 

LAGER BEER BREWERY, 

corner of 

Lancaster and Burk Sts^ 

Canton. 

SEEGER JACOB, 23 German 

Brick Dealers. 
{See also Fire Brick.) 

BURNS, RUSSELL & CO., 30 

Columbia 
Harman Samuel, Light 
Merryman &■ Young, 64 W Fayette 
Miller F. A., 116 Mulberry 
SCHARF WM. JAMES, 825 W 

Baltimore 

^Bristles, Manufacturers of. 

WILKENS WILLIAM & CO., Pratt 
c Charles 

Britannia "Ware Manufactu- 
rers. 

Eisenhard A., 254 N Gay 
FEICHMAN S., 80 N Eutaw 
Sach Charles, 63 German 

Brokers, Bill or Note. 

(See also Bankers ;" a/so Brokers, 
General ; also Brokers, Stock 
AND Exchange.) 

CARSON THOMAS J. , 204 W Balti- 
more 
Evans Isaac jr., 162 W Baltimore 
FISHER WM. & SONS, STOCK & 
BILL BROKERS, 32 South 



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BROKERS. 



GOVER PHILIP & CO., 

BROKERS, 

No. 22 Baltimore Street, 

Opposite Maryland Institute, 

BALTIMORE. 

Buy and sell North Carolina, Vir- 
ginia, & all uncurrent Bank Notes, 
Checks, Drafts, Gold and Silver 
Coin at best rates. 

COLLECTIONS.— We collect, on 
all accessible points, on the most 
favorable terms. 

HOUGH WILLIAM T., 208 W Bal- 
timore 

LAWRASON & SMITH, 6 South 

Lewis Martin, 44 Second 

Lownds James, 81 Second 

Murdock & Pennington, 71 Second 

NORMAN M. S. & SON, Stock and 
Bill Brokers. Ofilce, 69 Second. 
DvjeUing, 61 McCuUoch. 

RHODES J. M. , 79 Second n South. 
Negotiates Time Paper and 
Loans. 

Robinson J. S., 11 North 

Sprigg J. A., .32 Second 

^Brokers, Coffee. 

SMALL E. C. & CO., 1 Commerce 
White <t Elder, Exchange pi 

Broker, Custom House. 

NORRIS THOMAS M., 

NOTARIAL WRITER 

AND 

Custom House Broker, 

NOTES AND EXTENDS MARINE 
PROTESTS; ADJUSTS AVE- 
RAGE ACCOUNTS; PRO- 
CURES PASSPORTS; 

Draws Bills of Sale and Mortgages 
for Vessels ; prepares Custom House 



and all other papers appertaining to 
Commercial Business. 

S. W. corner Gay ^ Lombard Sts. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Marine Surveyors also at 
THIS office. — Joseph Clackner, 
Joshua Binney, Joseph B. Cole. 

^Brokers, Foreign. 

GRAF & ENGLER, 18 Second, 
Foreign Exchange & Bill Brokers. 

Broker, Insurance. 

{See also Insurance Agents.) 

Conegys Benj'n, N E c Charles and 
Baltimore 

Brokers, Merchandise. 

BARRY & HOOGEWERFF, 4 Gro- 
cers' Exchange, Commerce 

BRANNAN k PEARSON, 

MERCHANDISE BROKERS, 
3 Commerce Street. 

HYL AND & WOODS, 1 Exchange pi 

KEYS ROBERT T. & CO., MER- 
CHANDISE BROKERS, 79 Ex- 
change pi, Baltimore, and 95 Wall 
Street, New York 

SMALL E. C. & CO., 

1 Commerce, 



COFFEE, SUGAR 



'J 

and 



General Merchandise 
Brokers. 



Thompson S. P. & Co., 69 Exchange 
Pl 

Brokers, Produce. 
Foard A. K., 69 Exchange pl 



BROKERS. 



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Brokers, Real Estate. 

{See also Agents, Real Estate j 
also Conveyancers.) 

Bayza-nd Wm. H., 34 St Paul 

BUNTING SMITH K., 26 St Paul, 

buys and sells Ground Rents, 

Mortgages, Houses, Farms, &C.&C. 

GORSUCH PEREGRINE, 32 St 

Paul 
HAMMOND, BRO. &C0 ,29 St Paul 
HARVEY J. W., 22 Second 
HILL THOMAS, S W c St Paul & 
Fayette. See card under Convey- 
ancers. 
Jackson John J., 38 St Paul 
LIVEZEY E., 48 Lexington 
MARRIOTT WM. H., 24 N Charles 
Powles Henry, 26 St Paul 
Stevenson Wesley, 34 St Paul 
Tinges Geo. W., 3 St Paul 
WILLIS HENRY M., Real Estate 
Broker, 67 W Fayette 

Brokers, Ship. 

Applegarth Wm. k Son, 37 W Pratt 
Berrv C A., 62 S Gay 
KELSEY k GRAY, c Buchanan's 
Tfhf k Pratt, head of Frederick st 
Dock, Commission Merchants and 
Ship Brokers. 
Maguire A. J., 79 Smith's whf 
Mitchell M. A., 2 Spear's whf 
RHOADS W. & SON, c Smith's whf 
and Pratt, Ship Brokers and Com- 
mission Merchants 
Rose k Lyon, 1 ODonnell's whf 
Sullivan James, Gay c Pratt 

Brokers, Stock and 
Exchange. 

{See also Bankers ; also Brokers, 
Bill, and Note ; also Brokers, 
General.) 

Baltzell P. C, 24 South 
Berg 0. H., 16 South 



BOULDEN J. E. P. 



Stock and Exchange Brokers, 



79 Second. 



Broadbent Brothers, 23 South 
COHEN ISRAEL, Stock Broker, 7 

South 
Cox James H., N E c Baltimore and 

North 
FISHER WM. k SONS, 32 South, 

Stock and Bill Brokers. Orders 

for sale of Stocks, Bonds, &c., 

executed at the Stock Board 
GILDERSLEVE k WHITRIDGE, 

STOCK AND BILL BROKERS, 

61 SECOND 
GITTINGS JOHN S. k CO., 29 

South 
Hall Thomas W., 21 South 
Harris Samuel, jr., 13 North 
Hartzog George, 24 South 
Hoffman Gillmore, 9 South 
HOUGH WILLIAM T., 208 W Bal- 

timore 
JOHNSTON BROTHERS k CO., 

198 W Baltimore 

LAWRASON k SMITH, 

Stock and Bill Brokers, 

6 South Street, Baltimore. 

Wji. W. Lawrason, 

Charles F. Smith. 

LOWNDS JAMES, 

STOCK BROKER, 
. 91 SECOND. 

Murdock k Pennington, 71 Second 
Norman M. S. k Son, 69 Second 



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PATTERSON A. B., N E c Soiitli 

and Exchange pi 
Ferine E. G., 24 South 
PURVIS & CO., 192 W Baltimore 
Rayner Wm. S., 5 St. Paul 
SCOTT T. & SONS, STOCK BRO- 
KERS, North c Fayette. Buy 
and sell Stocks and Bonds on 
Commission in the New York, 
Philadelphia, and Baltimore mar- 

8T0NE JAMES H., N E c Balti- 
more and Charles 
Sullivan P. H., 34 Second 

TORMEY LEONARD J., 

22 South, 

Stock and Bill Broker. 

STOCKS and SECURITIES of 
this and other markets bought and 
sold on Commission. 

Prices and sales of New York 
Stocks received daily by telegraph. 

COMMERCIAL PAPER ' 

AND LOANS 

NEGOTIATED. 

WAINWRIGHT, CLOUD & CO., 

176 W Baltimore 
"Wilkins Joseph, 85 Second 
Winchester James, 16 South 
Woodville Wm., 5 North 
Zimmerson J. W., 24 South 

Brokers, Tobacco. 

BASS W. ALEX., TOBACCO BRO- 
KER, 122 Water st. New York, 
and 51 Exchange pi, Baltimore 

Broom Makers. 

Acomb William, 121 Franklin 
CHIPMAN GEO., c Calvert and 
' Lombard 
Kahmer Philip, 28 Ensor 
Reisenweber Frederick, 280 N Gay 



Brush Makers. 

ATWOOD B., 62 S Calvert 

Daily T. H., Lombard and Charles 



JONES WILLIAM H., 

Brush ManufactureFj 

15 S. Sharp street, Baltimore. 
All kinds of 

FACTOKY BKUSHES 

made to order. 



MEGRAW WILLIAM A., 210 W 

Pratt 
Orem & Albaugh, 278 W Pratt 
POPPLEIN G. &N., jr., (Paint), 50 

South. (See advertisement.) 
Slater Henry, 172 E Baltimore 
Thompson James S., 712 W Balti- 
more 
Whitson John, 148 N Gay 

Builders' Materials. 

Stevens George 0., 47 W Pratt 
Turner Jonathan, 25 W Pratt 

Butchers. 

ABELL C, Lexington mkt and 48| 
Centre mkt ; 

Abell J. & Bro., 24 Richmond mkt 
Albach John, 26 Fell's Point mkt ^ 
Albert John, Lexington mkt, & IS 

Hollins mkt 
Albert Michael, Lexington mkt 
Althaus Peter, 27 Bell Air mkt 
Arbin Henry J., 25 Bell Air mkt 
ATKINSON GEORGE, 27 Centre 
market, Lexington mkt, and 
32 Hanover mkt ; 

Baker Geo., 23 Fell's Point mkt 



BUTCHERS. 



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Baker Jacob, 55 Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Bandell William, Hanover mkt 
Bankard Jacob J., Lexington mkt 

and 29 Centre mkt 
B ARRANGER LEWIS L., jr., 

74 Hanover mkt, HoUins st mkt, 

and Lexington mkt 
Baum H., 17 Fell's Point mkt 
Beck John, 16 Hollins st mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Bender William, 77 Centre mkt 

and Bell Air mkt 
Benner Adam, 15 Richmond mkt 
Bently H. D., 201 and 208 Hanover 

mkt 
Berenger James, Bell Air mkt 
Berenstecher Mrs. C, Lexington 

mkt 
Bersch Christian, Lexington mkt 
Bertram Wm., 58 Bell Air mkt and 

102 Centre mkt 
Beyer Christian, 13 Hollins st mkt 
Blidd M., Lexington mkt 
Bold Rhinhart, 17 Richmond mkt 
Bower J. Jacob, 33 Hanover mkt 
Bower Mrs. J. Jacob, 29 Hanover 

mkt, Lexington mkt, and 40 Cen- 
tre mkt 
Brandon P., 66 Bell Air mkt 
Brauer Henry, 34 Bell Air mkt 
BREDSTEIN AUGUST, 87 Bell 

Air mkt 
Breitenstein A., 32 Centre mkt 
Brewer John, 109 Centre mkt and 

44 Fell's Point mkt 
Briel Christian, 7 Hollins st mkt 

BRIGGS THOMAS H., 5 Richmond 

mkt 
Brixse George, Hanover mkt 
Broseker Charles, 13 Cross mkt 
Buckwald M., 5 Bell Air mkt 
Bump J. L., Hanover mkt 
Carmichael Wm., Lexington mkt 

and 30 Centre mkt 

CARTER G., 51 Bell Air mkt 
Christ John, 32 Bell Air mkt 
and 121 Centre mkt 
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Codorie John A., 48 Bell Air mkt 
and 123 Centre mkt 

COLLINS WILLIAM R., 91 Bell 

Air mkt and 115 Centre mkt 
Coleman Lemon, 46 Bell Air mkt 
Contain Henry, 16 Centre mkt, 
Lexington mkt, and 16 Rich- 
mond mkt 
Cooper & Seltzer, 20 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Conway G., Centre mkt 
Cook Frederick, 56 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Cook John F., 36 Bell Air mkt 
Craft J. Thomas, 21 Richmond mkt 
Crawford Robert K., Hanover mkt 
CRINER ISAAC, 19 Hollins st mkt 
Crowl Andrew S., 119 Centre mkt 
Curtin J., 14 Centre mkt 
Deal George, Lexington mkt, 22 
Hanover mkt, and 42 Centre mkt 
Decker Chas., 35 Fell's Point mkt 
Deichelbore Michael, 49 Fell's 

Point mkt 
Deichelbohrer M. & Bro., 37 Fell's 
Point mkt 

DERUFF FRED., 45 Bell Air mkt 
DIDEMON J., 100 Bell Air mkt 
Dickel Henry, 53 Bell Air mkt 
Dimiling Conrad, 41 Hanover mar- 
ket and 25 Hollins st mkt 
Dimling Chas F., Fell's Point mkt 
Dittus J. Frederick, Lexington mkt 
Dollinger Chas., 30 Bell Air mkt 
Doughler Conrad, 12 Fell's Point 

market 
East Caleb J., Lexington mkt and 

12 Hollins st market 
Egner L., Lexington market 

EHMANN GOTTFRED, 21 Bell Air 

market 
Eiehberg Lewis, Lexington mkt 
Eichner John, Lexington mkt and 

27 Hollins st mkt 
Eishel George, Lexington mkt 
Eitchem Chs., Lexington mkt 
Eitchner David, 114 Centre mkt 
EUender Geo. W., 103 Bell Air mkt 



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BUTCHERS. 



Elmore James, 14 Hanover mkt and 

18 Centre mkt 
Fisher G. H., 56 Bell Air mkt 
Fleichman & Son, Fell's Point mkt 
Fleigth Cha?., 22 Fell's Point mkt 
Foss John, 19 Fell's Point mkt 
Fowner James, Lexington mkt 
Fox Samuel, 2 Fells Point mkt 
Frank Samuel, 42 Fell's Point mkt 
Frankestein S., 47 Fell's Point mkt 
Franz Jacob, Centre mkt 
Frederic George, 40 Bell Air mkt 
French William, 62 Bell Air mkt 
Freyby Ferdinand, 68 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Fuchs Meyer, 50 Fell's Point mkt 
Funk J; J., Lexington mkt 
Fughs Moses, 55 Fell's Point mkt 
Gaebele Paul, 85 Centre mkt and 

14 Fell's Point mkt 
Gallagher Hugh, 126 Centre mkt 
Gardner A. M., Lexington mkt 
Gebb George, 24 Bell Air mkt 
GEBELEIN GEORGE, 93 Bell Air 

market 
Gengagel Jacob, Fell's Point mkt 
German Thos. E. J., Lexington mkt 

and 53 Bell Air mkt 
Glenn Mrs. E., 31 Bell Air mkt 
Godman John D., Lexington mkt 
GODMAN THOMAS, 72 Hanover 

mkt, 21 Hollins st mkt and Lex- 
ington mkt 
Goldman Laman, 95 Centre mkt 
Goldsmith Harmon, 81 Centre mkt, 

102 Bell Air mkt and 70 Hanover 

mkt 
Goodrick George, Hanover mkt 
Gottlieb Philip, 49 Bell Air mkt 
Grane Jacob, Hanover mkt 
Greasley Chas., 9 Richmond mkt 

and 10 Hanover mkt 
Greasley Jacob F., 12 Richmond 
Grimmel John, Bell Air mkt 
GUERTTER F., 19 Bell Air mkt 
Gutman John B., 8 Fell's Point mkt 
Hahn D. J., Lexington mkt and 5 

Hollins st mkt 



HAHN HARRY G., 101 Bell Air 

mkt 
Haines Alfred F., 243 Light 
Harmer Wm., 33 Fell's Point mkt 
Hanan F. W., 118 Centre mkt 
Hanan G. F., 120 Centre mkt 
Hartmaier Richard, Lexington mkt 
Hass A., 52 Harrison 
HAYS WILLIAM, 15 Centre mkt, 

and 110 Bell Air mkt 
Hein G. F., 40 Fell's Point mkt 
Hein George & D., Lexington mkt 
Heldman Henry, 23 Hollins st mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Herman John, 140 Centre mkt 
Hess John J., 51 Fell's Point mkt 
Hildmann Henry, 65 Hanover mkt 
HoflF Jacob & Son, Lexington mkt 
HoffertF., 138 Centre mkt 
Hoffman Ann & Bro., Lexington 

mkt, 22 Richmond mkt, & 20 Hoi- 

lins st mkt 
Hoffman M., 26 Centre mkt 
HOLLAND E., 71 Bell Air mkt 
Holland George F. & Bro., 50 Cen- 
tre mkt 
Hoover Francis, 24 Hanover mkt, 

and Lexington mkt 
Hoover George, Lexington mkt, and 

103 Centre mkt 
Hoover I. & G., 42 Hanover mkt 
Howser Louis A., Hanover mkt 
Huster Andrew, Lexington mkt 
Ingiing Frederick, 41 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Johnson Lewis, 2 Centre mkt 
Josenhaus Charles C, Lexington 

mkt, and 10 Centre mkt 
Jungling Chas., 31 Fell's Ppint mkt 
KAMPE JOHN F., 108 Centre mkt 

and Bell Air mkt 
Kats Samuel, 54 Bell Air mkt 
Kauffman H., Lexington mkt 
Kell Peter, 23 Richmond mkt 
Keller Edward B., Lexington mkt, 

and 24 Hollins st i6kt 
Kenzie Jacob, 82 Bell Air mkt 
Keseling Franz, 57 Hanover mkt 
Kimberly Harry, 19 Centre mkt 



BUTCHERS. 



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Kirk James, Lexington mkt 
Kirk Wra. J., Lexington mkt 
Kline Wra. H., 4 Cross mkt, and 

1.3 Hanover st mkt 
Knell Henry, Lexington mkt 
Knell J. Henry, 14 Richmond mkt, 

and 8 Centre mkt 
KNOBLOCK JOHN C. 112 Centre 

mkt, and .35 Hanover mkt 
KOBER ADOLPH, 39 Bell Air mkt 
KOEHLER GEO. L., 81 Bell Air 

mkt 
Koenig David, 4 Fell's Point mkt 
Kraft Christian, 67 Bell Air mkt, 

38 Fell's Point mkt,-and 127 Cen- 
tre mkt 
Kratz John N., Lexington mkt 
Krebs David H., Fell's Point mkt 
Kriel Jacob, Lexington mkt and 

91 Centre mkt 
Kriel Charles G., 21 Hanover mkt 
KRUTMAN P., 65 Bell Air mkt 
Lackey Thos., 159 Centre mkt 
Laib Frederick, 17 Hanover mkt 
Larkin Wm., Lexington mkt 
LAUTERBACK ANDREW, 83 

Bell Air mkt 
Lawson James, 46 Hanover mkt, & 

Lexington mkt 
Leonner William, Bell Air mkt 
Leonard Terrence, Hanover mkt 
Leppardt Peter, 42 Bell Air mkt 
Lering Jacob, Lexington mkt 
Link John, 28 Bell Air mkt 
Loney Chas., Lexington mkt 
Loran James, 44 Bell Air mkt 
Lour Herman, Fell's Point mkt 
Lucas Francis, Lexington mkt 
Lutz Henry. 16 Bell Air mkt 
Lydecker Philip, Lexington mkt 
Lydecker Theodore, 3 Hanover mkt 
Lydecker Thomas, Lexington mkt 
McCoy James, 10 Hollins st mkt 
McGill Charles, Lexington mkt 
McGowan Henrv, 63 Centre mkt 
Maase T. E., 6 Fell's Point mkt 
Maisel George, 6 Hollins st mkt 
Magill Charles J., 3 Hollins st mkt 
Manger Martin M., 2 Richmond mkt 



Marks Henry, 44 Centre mkt and 69 

Hanover mkt 
Martin George, 95 Bell Air mkt 
Maul John, 52 Fell's Point mkt 
Mayford Martin, 13 Fell's Point mkt 
Megary Alex'r, Lexington mkt 
Meisel George, 10 Hanover mkt 
Messensmith Chas., Lexington mkt 
Meyers John, 1 Cross mkt 
Miller D. S. K., Lexington mkt 
Miller Mr., 18 Bell Air mkt 
Moedinger G., 77 Bell Air mkt 
Moojer George, Bell Air mkt 
Moon Edward, Lexington mkt & 71 

Hanover mkt 
MULES THOS. H., Lexington mkt 

and 24 Centre mkt 
MULLER JOS.. 79 Bell Air mkt 
MUMMA DAVID, 13 Bell Air mkt 

and 53 Fell's Point mkt 
Mumma Jacob, 21 Centre mkt 
Myers Timothy, 9 Hollins st mkt 
Nicholson Jacob R., 61 Bell Air mkt 
Nicholson Jas. A., Lexington mkt 
Nicholson J., 37 Centre mkt, 1 & 28 

Hollins st mkt, and Lexington 

mkt 
Oler Samuel, 25 Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Olgart C. Philip, 68 Bell Air mkt 
Ohlgant G. Ph.. 130 Centre mkt 
Pappler Jacob, 38 Centre mkt and 

54 Fell's Point mkt 
Pappler Washington, 16 A 18 Fell's 

Point mkt 
Parrish AV., 11 Bell Air mkt 
Pentz E. McK., 89 Centre mkt and 

64 Bell Air mkt 
PENTZ HENEY S., 63 Bell Air mkt 
Pentz Jacob H., 6 Richmond mkt 
Pentz John W., 19 Richmond mkt- 

and 43 Centre mkt 
Pentz S. J., 28 Hanover mkt. Lex- 
ington mkt, and 52 Centre mkt 
PEPPLER ALEXANDER, 99 Bell 

Air mkt and 8 Richmond mkt 
Peppier George, 58 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Perry Josiah, 287 N Gay 



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BUTCHERS. 



Pillman August, 23 Hanover mkt & 

Lexington mkt 
Plitt Max'n, 62 Hanover mkt 
Price Sarah, Centre mkt 
Proseker Charles, 406 Light 
Quanz Anton, 98 Bell Air mkt 
Raine D. M., 49 Centre mkt 
Reetinger John, 35 Bell Air mkt 
Rehnhart George, Lexington mkt 
Reifle Henry, Lexington mkt 
REIGN DAVID M., 44 Hanover 

mkt and Lexington mkt 
Reisinger Wra., 20 Bell Air mkt 
Riberg Henry, 29 Fell's Point mkt 
Rice Wm. & Lewis, Lexington mkt 
Rickter R., 146 Columbia 
Rine Jacob &, F., Lexington mkt 
Ritter George, 76 Bell Air mkt 
Roth Henrich, 17 Bell Air mkt 
ROSE GEORGE, jr., Lexington 

mkt and 11 Hanover mkt 
Ruil Daniel, 18 Hollins st mkt 
Rundle Jos., 262 Light 
RUSK E. W., 116 Centre mkt and 

47 Bell Air mkt 
Rusk G. W., 56 Fell's Point mkt 
Rusk T. J., 3, 5 & 7 Centre mkt 
Rusk Jacob K., 10 Fell's Point mkt 
Rusk Thomas, 2 Hanover mkt 
Rusk Wm. L., 4 Hanover mkt, 

Lexington mkt, and 9 Centre 

mkt 
Samuel Jacob, 12 Fell's Point mkt 
SchaeflFer John, 89 Bell Air mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Scheleiger Ernest, 13 Centre mkt 
Scheuerman Herman, 53 Hanover 

mkt 
Schillinberg Daniel, 7 Hanover mkt 
SCHLEIGHE., 107 Bell Air mkt 
Schlipper G., 14 Cross mkt 
Schluderberg H., 60 Hanover mkt 
Schnipp John, 43 Hanover mkt 
SCHOTTE CHRISTOPHER, Lex- 
ington mkt 
Schwanz C. M., 46 Fell's Point mkt 
Schouthaler Philip, 2 Bell Air mkt 
Seets George, Lexington mkt 
Segil Joseph, 70 Bell Air mkt 



Seltzer G. & "Wm., 48 Hanover mkt 

and 11 Centre mkt 
Seltzer W. H. D., Lexington mkt 
Shaab John J., 56 Hanover mkt 
Shauer George, Lexington mkt and 

128 Centre mkt 
Shenge Charles, 34 Hanover mkt 
Siebert Ernest, 5 Fell's Point mkt 
SINCLAIR JAMES E., Lexington 

mkt, 11 Richmond mkt, and 25 

Centre mkt 
Slessman Geo., Lexington mkt 
Smith Charles, 107 Centre mkt 
Smith Frederick H., 37 Hanover 

mkt and 11 Hollins st mkt 
Smith George, 2 Hollins st mkt, 3 

Richmond mkt, and Lexington 

mkt 
SMITH G. H., 102 Bell Air mkt 
Smith George W., 78 Bell Air mkt 

and 74 Centre mkt 
Smith Hartman, 106 Bell Air mkt 

and 17 Centre mkt 
Smith Henry, 1 Centre mkt, 5 

Hanover mkt, and Lexineton mkt 
SMITH JOS. S., 45 Centre mkt 

and 59 Bell Air mkt 
Snyder J., 51 Centre mkt 

SNYDER JACOB, Lexington mkt 

and 46 Centre mkt 
Snyder J. H. & Bro., 10 Centre mkt 
Snyder Jos. F., Lexington mkt 
Snyder Wm. & Son, 7 Richmond 

mkt 
Springer Charles, 8 Hollins st mkt 
Springer E. W., 17 Hollins st mkt 
Staylor J., 50 Bell Air mkt and 22 

Centre mkt 
Staylor John, 8 and 41 Bell Air 

mkt and 73 Hanover mkt 
STAYLOR PHILIP, 95 Bell Air 

mkt 
Stein Casper, 72 Bell Air mkt 
Stein Geo. D., 12 Hanover mkt and 

20 Centre mkt 
Stengel Frederick, 38 Bell Air mkt 

and 20 Richmond mkt 
Sterling T., 41 Centre mkt. 



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STIEBRITZ GOTLEIB, 43 Bell 

Air mkt 
Stier Wm., 25 Fell's Point mkt 
STOLL JOHN, 97 Bell Air mkt 
Stolzenbarch Harman H., 64 Han- 
over mkt and 3 Cross mkt 
STRACKE JACOB J., 101 and 104 

Bell Air mkt 
Street J. C, Hanover mkt 
Stump Geo. L., 4 Richmond 
Super Wm. H., Lexington mkt and 

6 Centre mkt 
Swain Jacob, 7 Bell Air mkt 
Swain John, 33 Bell air mkt 
SWITZER GEO. F., 13 Richmond 

mkt, Lexington mkt, and 106 

Centre mkt 
Switzer William, Lexington mkt 
TABELING J. H., 75 Bell Air mkt 
Temperly John H., 18 Richmond 

mkt and Lexington mkt 
Thomas S., Lexington mkt, 47 

Hanover mkt, and 69 Bell Air 

mkt 
TIGG HENRY, 47 Hanover mkt 
Tilling Fred., 61 Hanover mkt 
Toffling John H., 66 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Tucker Chas. E., 40 Hanover mkt 
Tucker John L., 52 Bell Air mkt 
Turner F. S., 38 Hanover mkt, 31 

Centre mkt, and Lexington mkt 
Turner Lewis, 9 Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Turner William, 49 Hanover mkt 
Vain Edward. 21 Fell's Point mkt 
VITZHUM JOHN, 73 Bell Air mkt 

and 110 Centre mkt 
Voeelrann Chas., 6 Cross mkt 
TOLKER ADAM J., 37 Bell Air 

mkt 
Walber John, 6 Hanover mkt 
Walter Edward H.,26 Hollins st mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Walleinstein A., 96 Bell Air mkt 
Wannenwetsch Charles J., 30 Han- 
over mkt and Lexington mkt 
Wannenwetsch Fred., 31 Hanover 

mkt and Lexington mkt 



Weaver A. C, 13 Cross mkt 
Weaver Chas. H., Willow c Cross, 

and 16 Cross mkt 
Weaver Wm. H., 15 Cross mkt, and 

75 Hanover mkt 
Weigel George, 15 Fell's Point mkt 
Weik Wm. L., Lexington mkt 
Weis Lewis, 27 Hanover mkt 
Wessersmith Wm., Lexington mkt 
Wetzelberger M,, 104 Centre mkt 
Wetzerberger N., 60 Bell Air mkt 
Wetzler Philip, 45 Fell's Point mkt 
White A. D., 28 Centre mkt 
Wienke John G., 93 Centre mkt 
Wilcox John, 111 Centre mkt 
Wilcox John F., 20 Hanover mkt 
Wilcox Joseph, 1 Bell Air mkt 
Wilson Geo. H., 15 Hanover mkt 
Wise Lewis F., 36 Centre mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Wolf Alonzo, 74 Bell Air mkt 
Wolf John G., 4 Centre mkt 
Wolf Joseph, 48 Fell's Point mkt 
Wolf M., 12 Centre mkt 
Wright Luther, Centre mkt 
Wust John P., 59 Hanover mlt 
Yunger George, 50 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Zell Jacob, 67 Hanover mkt, 28 

Centre mkt, and Lexington mkt 
Zerweck Daniel, 19 Hanover mkt 
Zerweck John, 16 Hanover mkt 
Ziegler John F., 39 Hanover mkt 

and Lexington mkt ' 

Ziegler Martin, 23 Centre mkt and 

Lexington mkt 

Butter Dealers. 

Abbott George, 165 Centre mkt 
Ahlsleger Mrs. C. A., Lexington 

mkt 
Austin Mary, 124 Centre mkt 
Baker Samuel, 42 N Pearl 
Banting George, 6 Centre mkt 
Baxter Mrs., 215 Hanover mkt 
Bevans Margaret, Lexington mkt 

and Centre mkt 
Bevans P., Lexington mkt 
Boyd T., Bell Air mkt 



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BUTTER DEALERS. 



Bromwell H. J., 242 W Lexington 
Brandall Mrs. M., Lexington inkt 
Brittan John, Hollins mkt 
Cannon Ann, Bell Air mkt 
Carnes Mgt., 22 & 24 Hollins st mkt 
Cassidy Elizabeth, Lexington mkt 
Clark Mrs. Ann, 87 W Lexington 
Clayton Alfred S., 82 Hanover 
Conse C, 155 Centre mkt 
Cook Catharine, 46 Centre mkt 
Cook D. F., Lexington mkt and 52 

and 54 Centre mkt 
Cook Geo. , 160 Centre mkt 
Cooper John, Bell Air mkt 
Cross D., Centre mkt 
Dannmer C, 47 Hollins st mkt 
Dell E., 30 and 32 Centre mkt 
Dentry Mrs. R. B., 40 N Pearl 
Donnely Mary, Bell Air mkt and 

152 Centre mkt 
Dorsey W. H. G., 12 Centre mkt 
Doyle Mrs. Ellen, 35 Market space 

and 209 Centre mkt 
Dryden C. H., N E c Eutaw and 

Clay 
Duwees John, 208 N Gay 
Edel J., 86 Centre mkt 
Edell & Son, Lexington mkt and 97 

Hanover mkt 
Eden Mark, Lexington mkt 
Ehlers Mrs. S., 2 Centre mkt 
Elshell Mrs. C, 207 and 209 Hano- 
ver mkt 
Essender James, 262 S Broadway 

and Fell's Point mkt 
FEIG GEORGE A., 15 Brown 
Fillbert Michael, 384 N Gay 
Fisher Charles, 245 Centre mkt 
Fisher H., 225 Centre mkt 
Fisher H. E., 72 Fell's Point mkt 
Fishpole Rebecca, Lexington mkt 
Gardner Thos., Lexington mkt 
Hall John H., jr., 308 N Gay 
Harp Celia, 43 Fell's Point mkt 
Haycock Israel, Lexington mkt 
Haycock John P., Hollins st mkt 
Hoffman Mrs. Ann, 133 W Lexing- 
ton 
Hook Catherine, Lexington mkt 



Hughs Robert, Lexington mkt 
Jenkins William M., 313 S Bond 
Kamba Meany, 58 Harrison 
Kaylor Robert, 46 Camden 
Kubert John, 23 E Pratt 
Lang C, 82 Fell's Point mkt 
Lapp Susan, 219 Centre mkt and 

106 Fell's Point mkt 
Lazenby D. L.,311 N Gay 
McGowen Henry, Lexington mkt 
Mager P. A., 212 N Gay 
Manning H. S., 42 Camden 
Marks Thomas, 3 Hollins st mkt 
Marr John G., Lexington mkt 
Mason Edward, Lexington mkt and 

205 and 207 Hanover mkt 
Mason Henry, 58 and 60 Centre 

mkt 
Millett J. F., 20 E Baltimore 
Nagle Catherine, 79 Fell's Point 

mkt 
New Peter, 78 Fell's Point mkt 
Newbell John E., 217 Bell Air mkt 
Noble James, 183 Broadway and 

Fell's Point mkt 
Page C, Lexington mkt 
Page Elizabeth, 49 and 50 Hollins 

st mkt 
Parrish Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
Philip John T., 610 N Gay 
Price Miss Mary, 62 Centre mkt 
Repka Lucy, 188 S Ann 
Richards Randolph, 291 and 293 

Hanover mkt and 11 Centre mkt 
Robinson Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
Rouse Catherine, Fell's Point mkt 
Salbachee C, 101 Centre mkt 
Schmidt Mrs. Mary, 199 and 201 

Hanover mkt 
Smith Mrs. Mary, Lexington mkt 
Smith Rose, 215 Centre mkt 
Spellisfy Martin, Lexington mkt 
Stansberry William E., Centre mkt 
Sturdon Joseph, 13 Centre mkt 
Sturgeon Frederick, N E c Gay and 

Monument 
Sunntroun R., 42 Centre mkt 
Taylor B., 16 Centre mkt 
Taylor Geo., 18 Centre mkt 



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Taylor Thomas H., Centre mkt 
Teepe Henry, 191 Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Tnabbery Ann, Centre mkt 
Vogell Mrs. Louise, 195 and 197 

Hanover mkt, 129 Centre mkt, 

and Lexington mkt 
White Margaret, Hollins st mkt 
Wicker Ann, Lexington mkt 
Willstayer Catherine, Fell's Point 

mkt 

^Button Depot. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See a/50 Furniture Dealers ; also 
Chair Makers.) 

ANDERSON W. E., 10 & 12 Second. 

(See advertisement.) 
Bein Henry, 137 Wolf 
Berger Simon, 99 Harrison 
Beyer Louis, 12 E Pratt 
Biscoff Ch., 239 S Charles 
Brenan P. E, 21 N Gay 
BRICK WALTER, 34^ N Howard. 

(See advertisement.) 
Briele H., 81 Hamilton 
BYRNE JAMES P., S9 N Front 
Coekserbich John, 71 N Fremont 
Cramer F., 162 Broadway 
Cramer Francis, 219 Canton av 
Finknaure H., 106 N Calvert 
Fitzgerald S. M., 242 E Lombard 
Foss William W., 30 N Howard 
Gibmeyer H. M., 383 Canton av 
GODEY THOMAS, 58 Hanover 
Graefe Edward, 16 Clay 
Graff C. E., 9 Clay 
Hall Richard, 196 E Baltimore 
Heck J., 261 Eastern av 
Heimiler & Millis, 49 N High 
Herold Chas., 189 S Sharp 
Hickman William IL, 230 N Gay 
Hoeck Henry, 412 N Gay 
Hollander Charles, 22 W Pratt 
Hughes John <fc Son, 65 S Broadway 



Jordon James H., 74 Holiday 
JORDAN JOHN C, 93 Mulberry 
Kessler George C, 229 Eager 
Kneipp Wm., 63 Chestnut 
Krause Wm., 272 S Caroline 
Kreuter J. J., 340 S Charles 
Kuhst G. N., 83 W Lexington 
Kunckel C, 58 Park 
Lancaster J. D., 39 E Pratt 
Langood M., 263 Canton av 
Leitz Andrew, 49 Penna av 
Mears E. A. F., 6 W Baltimore 
Meyer Henry, 106 N Howard 
Mount E., 31 N Gay 
Muller Jacob, 21 Harrison 
Nell Andrew, 206 Columbia 
Numuth F. T., Fremont 
Ohr Frederick, 211 Eastern av 
Pender Geo. W., 522 W Baltimore 
Priester Valentine, 268 W Pratt 
RENWICK ROBERT, 92 N How- 
ard 
Rodenmayer George, 38 Ensor 
Rohr Leonard, 68 Richmond 
Sachse Charles, 16 Ensor 
Scherer Christoph, 11 Harrison 
Schorr John, 67 J^l Gay 
Schuh John C, 253 Alice Anna 
Schulthers John, 159 Mulberry 
Scriven T. J., 145 N Eutaw 
Sellers Andrew, 222 Hollins 
Skottl Fetrl, 418 Canton av 
Spahn Conrad, 44 Holiday 
Spence Wm., 230 E Lombard 
Teufel John, 283 W Pratt 
Trego William, 5 Hughes 
Waskev Benjamin, 3 N Gay 
WEAVER JACOB, 21 Ross, Un- 
dertaker in General. Metallic 
CoflSns and Zinc Cases always on 
hand. Ready made Coffins fur- 
nished at the shortest notice. 
Weaver J. H., 22 W Fayette 
WHEELER SAMUEL E., Aisquith 

c Monument 
Wiegand John, 53 Ross 
Zapf John, 33 S Caroline 



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CARPENTERS. 



Cabinet Makers' Materials. 
BRENAN P. E., 21 N Gay 
WILKENS WILLIAM & CO., Pratt 

c Charles 
WILLIAMS J. & J. & CO., 130 S 

Charles 

Camphene. 

{See also Alcohol.) 

BOLTON W. B. & CO., 26 Cheap- 
side and 55 S Calvert 

Cane Makers. 

ROMBACH P., 61 N Eutaw . 

Cap Makers. 

(See also Hat and Cap Manufac- 
turers ; also Hats and Caps.) 

Danz Edward, 20 President 
Goldstein Simon, 57 S Eutaw 
Goldstrom M., 248 Alice Anna 
Grim Joseph, 197 Light 
Korach L. & Bro., 70 S Charles 
LENZBERG J., 469 W Baltimore. 
Military and Navy Cap Manufac- 
turer, Wholesale. All orders 
promptly attended to. 
Ruben Jacob, 246 W Baltimore 

Carpenters and Builders. 

{Marked thus * ore Builders. See 
also Sash and Blind Makers.) 

Adam Frederick, Wayne 
*Balke Fred., 3.3 Clay 
BEAN JOSEPH H., 1 L Sharp 
*Belt Hickman, 48 Holiday 
Belt Norwood & Bro., 14 Vine 
Bennett B. F., 44 S Howard 
Blessing Daniel, c High and Neces- 
sity al 
BOWEN JOHN W., 54 Clay 
Boyd F. H. B., Braidenbaugh al 
Bradv Edward, Centre c Calvert 
*Briel & Burns, 14 McClellan's al 
Brown E , 19 Pleasant 
Brown James R. , Exchange al 
Brown Jasper, 27 Balderston 
Clark B., 17 Pleasant 



Clem Peter, 35 L Sharp 

CoUey J. W., S Strieker 

Davis John F., 35 L Sharp 

Delahany Jes.se S., 74 Dover 

DiefiFenderfer J. P., 5 L Sharp 

Ehrman Jacob, 11 L Sharp 

Fenehagan John C, 22 S Eden 

Folks Geo. F., 13 L Sharp 

Fowble Wm., 219 W Fayette 

Fowble & Miller, 18 Vine 

Gardner & Mathews, 179 W Lombard 

Gorsuch W. G., 3 Clay 

*Gott J. C, 31 N Paca 

Harding J., 25 McClellan's al 

Hillman A., 163 Eager 

Hogg J. H. & J. S., 8 & 10 Clay 

Holland Jackson, Uhler's al, bet 
Charles and Hanover 

Hopkins Wm. & G.P., 69 Hanover 

Isaac, 93 N Green 

Jacobs Jas. M., 1 E Lombard 

Loo Ephraim, 31 Harrison 
*McClain James, 694 W Baltimore 
Markland & Bro., Portland 
Miller Isaac, 1 N Exeter 
Minnick U., 2 Lovely la 
Morris L. F., Franklin pi 
Mylander Henry, 52 Penn av 
Paine John A., 7 L Sharp 
Parsons Wm., 28 Boyd 
*Porter George H., 148 S Charles 
Potts David S., 74 N Fremont 
PRICE GEO. R.,11L Sharp 
Quigley & Tucker, 27 Marion 
Reindollar J. T., 16 Clay 
Reynolds Josiah, 69 N Front 
*ROCHE M. & SON, 158 N Calvert 
Seccombe Thomas, 18 W Fayette 
Sellers Jacob, 33 Arch 
Shinecomb S., Portland 
Shipley A. R., 14 Vine 
Snyder John H., 130 Henrietta 
Sorter & Sweeny, 396 W Pratt 
*Stinchcnmb George, 144 N Calvert 
SUTTON & THEBAN, 16 N High 
Warfield & James. 14 Dover 
Wesner Henry, 21 Henrietta 
Wingate & Lusby, 76 N Register 
Yeisley Jacob, 89 Bank 



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*Zimmerman Geo. J., 142 N How- 
ard 

Carpet and Floor Oil Cloth 
Dealers. 

{See also Carpet Manufactcrer.) 

Griffith G. S., 77 W Baltimore 

McDowell, robinson, & co., 

264 W Baltimore 
Saylor John, 2 W Baltimore and 

Broadway c Eastern av 
TURNBULL JOHN, Jr., 248 W 

Baltimore 
Victory Joseph, 245 W Lexington 
WALSH cfc CONRADT, CARPET 

WAREHOUSE, 1 NORTH GAY 

Carpet Manufacturer. 

{See also Carpet Weavers.) 
Gelston V. D., 5 E Baltimore 

Carpet Shaker. 

Marz Charles, 26 Albemarle 

Carpet Weavers. 

Abendshan C, 2.32 S Charles 
John George, 233 Alice Ann 
KISSNER BENEDICT, 93 Bank. 
(See advertisement op Uphol- 
sterers.) 
Niebold John, 29 S Caroline 
Rosemer John, 48 Harrison 
Rosemer S., 67 Penn av 
Snyder John, 33 S Paca 
Stober Jacob, 19 N Schroeder 
Waggoner F., 19 Pine 

Carriage Trimmings. 

Flynn, Emrich, & Murrill, 55 Holi- 
day. Coach Lace. 

PAINE ALLEN, 2 S Liberty 

WILKENS WILLIAM .fe CO., Pratt 
c Charles 

WILLIAMS J. & J. & CO., 130 S j 
Charles I 



Carriage and Coach Makers. 

{See also Wagon Makers ; also 
Wheelwrights.) 

Bishop R., 93 W Fayette 

Bowers William & Sons, 406 W 
Baltimore 

Brashear George, North 

CHAMPAYNE HENRY R., CAR- 
RIAGE and EXPRESS WAGON 
MANUFACTURER, 84 German, 
bet Eutaw and Paca. Second 
Hand Carriages for Sale or 
Exchange. 

COLFLESH GEO. B., 101 German, 
COACH MAKERS, Repairing 
promptly attended to. 

Cross Samuel B., 69 S Howard 

Curlett John & Son, 33 North 



DORSET & niSSEY, 

COACH MAKERS 

AND 

REPAIRERS, 

96 N. Calvert St. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Egerton & Keys, N W c North and 

Saratoga 
Green & Hoffman, 167 W Lombard 
Hazenlip J. N., 8 Swan 
Kurtz Geo. J., 97 N Paca 
McCann Wm., 35 S Gay 
McCurley James, 31 N Liberty 
Massons J., 17 N Frederick 



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CHAS. E. MINNICK, 

CARRIAGE MAKER, 

Ilaying bought out the interest of 
JONES & WEBSTER, 

in the Establishment formerly 

occupied by 

MINNICK, JONES, & WEBSTER, 

No. 65 North Calvert Street, 

(OPPOSITE CITY spring), 

Is now prepared to build all kinds of 

CARRIAGES 

at the shortest notice, and on the 
most reasonable terms. 

Repairing in all its branches done 
with neatness and dispatch. 



Carriages for Children. 

Stembach Geo. P., 79 W Baltimore 

Carvers. 



MULLIN THOMAS, JR., 91 Holi- 
day 
MULLMYER & HUNTER. CAR- 
RIAGE MANUFACTURERS, c 
Howard and Franklin 
O'Connell Henry 0., 29 N Gay 
O'Neill John F., 78 German 
Oelmann F., 61 & 6.3 German 
Peduezzi F., 51 North 
Pennington S. E., 56 German 
Renshaw Joseph, 145 Franklin 
RICHARDS JOHN P. & CO., 55 

German 
Riddleraoser & Weatherley, 92 W 

Fayette 
Savage Joseph R.. 4 N Frederick 
SCHAEFFER CONARD W., 149^ 

N High 
SCHROEDER F. H., JR., 44 S Eu- 

taw. (See advertisement.) 
Slinkman H., 812 W Baltimore 
Sommer Jacob & Sons, .39 S Howard 
Stevens W. H., 51 North 
Toner & Cheny, 131 N Calvert 
White & Albaugh, 106 Penna av 



{See 3l^^ti00KiNG-Gr.Ass & Pic- 
tube Frame Makers.) 

Byrne Joseph, 32 N Calvert 
Eckhardt Wm., 58 N Gay 
Hays & Morse, 41 Clay 
Randolph James T., 280 S Ann 
Rupprecht Wm., 3 Clay 
Weildenforest Louis, 124 Henrietta 
WirtsM., 52 N Pearl 
Yager John P., 22 E Baltimore 

Cement and Plaster, 

(See also Plaster of Paris.) 

McAllister JAMES, Albemarle 
c Fawn 

SCHARF WM. JAMES, 825 W Bal- 
timore 

SMITH C. HART, agent for Geo. 
S. Page & Brother, 111 Smith's 
whf. (See advertisement.) 

Cemeteries. 

BALTIMORE CEMETERY CO., 6 
South. Thos. Wilson, Prest. E. 
G. Diggs, Secy. 

Loudon Park Cemetery, office 56 W 
Fayette 

Mount Olive, 12 Light 

Chair Makers. 

{See also Cabinet Makers ; also 
Furniture Dealers.) 

BRICK WALTER, 34| N Howard. 

(See advertisement.) 
Michel Adam, 56 S Eutaw 
Pffiflfer N. A.. 26 N Howard 
REN WICK ROBERT, 92 N Howard 
Sprenkle Chas. jr., S Caroline c 

Lombard 
Stevenson Robert, 2E Lombard 
Timmons Chas., 263 Montgomery 



COOK & HERRING, 

No, Y South Charles Street, Baltimore, 

DEALERS IN 

MANUFACTURERS OF STONEWARE. 
KEROSENE OR COAL OIL 

OF THE BEST QUALITY, 

AND 

KEROSENE LAMPS IN GREAT VARIETIES. 
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

S. ROSENFELD & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

CIGARS, CHEWING AND LEAF TOBACCO, 

NO. 30 SOUTH GAY STREET, 

BALTIMORE. 



SIMON ROSENFELD, MOSES ALTTINGER, 

Residence, 70 North Green Street. Residence, 12 South Green Street. 

WM. WELSH & SONS, 

AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

No. 27 GAY ST., opposite Custom House, 
BALTIMORE. 



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Chair Painters. 

Daily E., 66 Ensor 
Hamilton John, 22 Carleton 

*Chemical Apparatus. 
SHARP & DOHME, Howard c Pratt 

^Chemicals, Importers of. 

PITT CHARLES F., 116 W Lom- 
bard. SODA ASH, CAUSTIC 
SODA, SAL SODA, BICARB. 
SODA, BLEACHING POWDER, 
INDIGO, CANDLES, PEARL 
STARCH, GROCERS' DRUGS, 
&c. &c. 

Chemists, Manufacturing. 
{See also Druggists.) 

Atwell R. H., 71 South 

BAKER R. J., 36 S Charles. (See 
advertisement.) 

Stimpson & Neilson, 370 "W Balti- 
more 

TYSON JESSE & CO., 7 South 

"OGELER A. & CO., 5 S Liberty 

China, Glass, and Queens- 
"w^are. 

{MarJced thus * are toholesale.) 

Ball David, 166 Franklin 
*BANKS ROBERT T., 53 and 55 

South. IMPORTER OF CHINA, 

GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

STONEWARE 
Bartgis Mary C, 162 N Gay 
Bayley R. P. <fe Co., 6 Hanover 
*BOKEE GEO. M., 41 N Howard 
BOKEE WM. F. & CO., 1 and 3 

Harrison 
Booden Wm., Lexington mkt 
Bote Simon, 543 W Baltimore 
COOK & HERRING, 7 S Charles. 

(See advertisement interleaved.) 
CORTLAN & CO., 216 and 218 W 

Baltimore 
Cowles W. & Sons, 25 S Calvert 
*Dobson John A., 2 and 4 N Charles 



Farmer Mrs.. P., 21 N Eutaw 
Frohlinger Nicholas, 197 S Broad- 
way 
Golder G., Bell Air mkt 
Goodman L. &, Son, 68 Harrison 
Harrington Ann, 60 S Calvert 
Harteveld Adolph, 506 W Baltimore 

and Lexington mkt 
Kirseh Chas. & Co., 146 N Gay 
*Marston & Bros., 246 W Baltimore 
Morton P. & Son, 137 N Howard • 
Munroe M. L., 41 N Eutaw 
Murray E., 290 N Gay 
Parr D. Preston, 210 W Baltimore 
PARR HENRY, 243 N Gay oppo- 
site Mott 
Pawley Finley, 18 S Calvert 
Roth Amelia, Bell Air mkt 
=i^Sharkey John & Co.,. 317 W Bal- 
timore 
^SHIRLEY WM., 5 S Calvert 
Slacher Henry, Fell's Point mkt 
Slanieh E., 220 Alice Anna 
Thater G., 328 Light 
Towson W. 0., 26 W Baltimore 
^Valiant T. D. & Co., 46 N Howard 
^Valiant Wm. Thomas & Co., 216 

W Pratt 
Wagner Mrs. Catharine, 97 Harri- 
son 
Wonderlv Wm. S., 116 N Gay 
*WONDERLY WM. S. k CO., 75 
W Baltimore. Importers & Deal- 
ers in China, Glass and Queens- 
ware, and manufacturers of 
Stoneware 

Chronometer Makers. 

HAGGER &. BROTHER, 72 AV 

Pratt 
AVALTHER PETER, 70 W Pratt 

Cigar Dealers. 

{See also Tobacconists.) 
ALEXANDER M., 242 W Pratt 
Barker W. K., 265 W Pratt 
Baldwin John F., 98 N Gay '.^^ v% 
BIRD E. CARRERE, 28 W Pratt •/< 

Black Samuel, 188 W Pratt 



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BLOME & JACOBI, 445 W Balti- 
more 
Bolenius G. H., N W c Pratt & 

Charles 
Boon John, i Second 
BRINGMANN WM., 18 S Sharp 
Castine E. M., 10 S Gay 
Dellevie Samuel, 20 W Pratt 
DEMITZ H. F., 118i Light st whf 
Duering Chas. S., 39 N Eutaw 
Forsyth J. M., 103 N Paca 
FOX CHARLES, 302 W Pratt 
FINLEY F. H. & BRO., South c 

Lombard 
Gehrmann Julius & Co., 84 N Gay 
Granger M., 109 N Howard 
Granger W. H., 117 N Howard 
Grauer Samuel, 170 W Pratt 
GREGORY J. H. D., 201 Light 
HAMILTON GEO. W.. 112 W Pratt 
Held Charles, 289 W Pratt 
HILD JOHN C, 214 Light 
Holste Arnold, 12 North 
Hucht C, 93 N Eutaw 
KLEMM C. 105 N Calvert 
Kreis Peter, 127 N Eutaw 
Kuhlman Christian, 274 N Gray 
LENZBERG M., 56 S Howard 
Liebman & Bellevie, N W c Gay & 

Fayette 
LINDSEY C. D., 106 W Baltimore 
McCARTY & BRO., 9 St Paul, deal- 
ers in VIRGINIA MANUFAC- 
TURED TOBACCO, IMPORTED 
& DOMESTIC CIGARS, SMOK- 
ING TOBACCO, & PIPES— 
keeps constantly on hand the 
most choice brands of Chewing 
Tobacco and imported Cigars. 
Martin Edward, 121 S Sharp 
May & Brother, 32 N Charles 

WILLIAM MICHEL, 

117 N. Calvert. 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, & SNUFF, 

Wholesale & Retail. 



MUTHERT F. R., 76 S Eutaw 
Neideliss Louisa, 63 S Sharp 
NEWELL PETER, 176 W Pratt 
PRIDGEON JOHNSON, 301 W 

Baltimore 
Richardson John, 30 W Pratt 
Robins James, 258 N Gay 
ROSENFELD S. & CO., 20 S Gay 

(See advertisement interleaved.) 
Rudolph Jacob, 55 Hanover 
SCHEMBERG W. H. G., 146^ Light 

st whf 
Seenuck Conrad, 118 E Lombard 
Seidenstricker John W., 302 N Gay 
TAYLOR ELIAS, 50 W Pratt 
WARTMAN J. C, under Eutaw 

House 
WEBB SAMUEL M., 9 N Liberty 
WEBB THOMAS N., S E c Madi- 

son & Garden 
WEINGARTEN SOLOMON, 173 W 

Lexington 

Cigar Importers. 

BECKER & BROTHER, 94 W Lorn- 

bard 
BOLENIUS G. H., 202 W Pratt 
DE FORD CHARLES D. & Co., 37 

SGay 
DOLIVEYRA, PERIDO & CO., 6 

GARMENDID C. G. DE, 18 Com- 
merce, Importer of Havana Ci- 
gars 

Goldsmith E., 20 S Charles 

Hanna John, 7 N Calvert 

Hanna William, Baltimore c Si 
Paul 

Held Charles, 289 W Pratt 

KEENE E. A. & CO., 59i S Charle 

NODLINGER & CO., 102 W Lorn 
bard 

PARLETT B. F. & CO., 92 Loin 
bard and 5 Water 

WELSH WM. & SONS, 27 S Gaj 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 

WILKENS H. & CO., 181 W Pral 



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Cigar Manufacturers. 

BECKER & BROTHER, 94 W Lom- 
bard, one door from Light st , 
MANUFACTURERS and IM- 
PORTERS of HAVANA CIGARS 
Cullington T., 16 W Lombard 
Franklin Joshua D., 275 W Pratt 



GEO. W. HAMILTOiN, 

112 "W. Pratt, 
bet South and Commerce, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER 

IN 

TOBACCO, 

CIGARS, 

PIPES, &c. 

Beat brands of CIGARS constantly 
on hand. 

Harrison P. H , 41 Clay 
HUNCKEL PH., 24 S Charles 



C. IvLEMM, 

105 N. Calvert, 
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER 

IN 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

KRAUS R. & Co., 63 S Calvert and 

38 Cheapside 
MUELLER F., Manufacturer of 
and Dealer in CIGARS, TO- 
BACCO, SNUFF, &c. &c., S E c 
German and Liberty 
MYERS W. H., 5 Water 
Requart John J., 43 Albemarle 
Van Witsen E. S., 38 N Eutaw 
WATTS G. S. & CO., 21 S Calvert 
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Clergymen. 

Alford James E., 132 S High 
Amos J. Edwin, To E Pratt 
Armstrong Hosea, Canton 
Barnes William M., 319 N Eutaw 
Bell Henrv, Huntingdon av 
Bell Richard P.. ;^09 S Eutaw 
Blake Cato, 48 Rock 
Blake Samuel V., 92 Columbia 
Bowser Jos. P., 6 Elbow la 
Brightman Henry, 48 Vine 
Brown Benjamin, 282 S Howard 
Brown J. Wesley, 26 Greenmount ar 
Carroll Nathan M., 133 Hill 
Carter Jos., 836 W Baltimore 
Coggins John, 37 Greenmount ar 
Coggins Thomas, 39 Greenmount ar 
Collins George, Canton 
Collins Joseph S., 28 W BaltimoM 
Cook Isaac P., 76 W Baltimore 
Cooper Geo. W., 101 N Bond 
Cornelius Richard, 352 W Fayett# 
Creighton Samuel, 100 Chew 
Cronin C. C, 92 Lee 
Curns James, 95 S High 
Dickson Samuel M., 51 German 
Edwards William B., 296 W FayetU 
Elbert Henry, 85 East 
Evans David, 18 Jackson aq 
Evans French S., ISO Garden 
Evans William, 1 N Calhoun 
Foreman William, 41 Douglas 
Furlong Henry, 329 E Baltimore 
Gere John A., 69 Broadway 
Gibson Alexander E., 202 Easter* 

av 
Goheen Mayberry, 99 Mulberry 
Gray G. Tarring, Mt Vernon 
Green John J., 119 Grundy 
Hamilton William, 356 Franklin 
Hand Thomas R., 38 Pennsylvania 

av 
Harman Henry M., 54 S Sharp 
HefFoer Edward, Greenmount ar 
Henderson David, 146 Forrest 
Higgins James, 48 Saratoga 
Hinkle Richard, 174 Aisquith 
Hobba Caleb, 167 Hollins 



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Hulton Henry, 49 Moore's al 
Jackson Tilghraan, 11 Jordan al 
Jameson Andrew, 234 VV Biddle 
Jones David P., 100 Raborg 
Justice John, 315 Franklin 
Kane G. K., 363 Penn'a av yy 
Kennedy Alexander, 263 Hamburgh 
Keyworth Charles B., Baltimore 

County 
Kirkley John "W., 454 W Lexington j- 
Kramer James, 164 Henrietta 
Kramer Samuel, 656 W Lombard 
Laney William H., 214 Montgomery 
Langley J. W., 320 N Caroline 
Lewis George W., 40 Orchard 
Lipscomb Philip D., 18 S Calhoun 
McCauley J. A., 69 Barre 
McCord James H., Decker 
McNemar H., 127 Sharp 
Marine Fletcher E., 96 E Pratt 
Mark John H , 203 Ross 
Matthews Henry, 120 Cider al 
Mathews Perry H., 25 Wayne 
Maybury John, 169 York 
Merritt George, 31 East 
Monroe Dr. W. R., Charles st av 
Morgan Lyttleton F., 20 N Eutaw 
Morgan N. J. B., 56 Conway 
Morgan Tillotson A., 84 William 
Murphy R. R., Baltimore County 
Murray Levin, 190 Henrietta 
Musson John, 50 Ensor 
Ockemy James, 303 S Eutaw 
Peck James, 6 Raborg 
Price S. Wesley, 83 Biddle 
Randolph John W., 145 Broadway 
Reese Aquila A., Fort McHenry 
Reese John L., 174 Hanover 
Reese Philip B., Fremont 
Reese William, 156 S Sharp 
Reid Charles A., 22 S Calhoun 
Reiley J. Mclvendree, 99 N Exeter 
Reuick William H., 52 Biddle 
Richards Joseph T., 44 Pearl 
Roberts Dr. George C. M., 125 Han- 
over 
' Sewall Thomas, Light st Church 
parsonage 
Shreck George W., 62 S High 



Slicer Henry, 332 E Baltimora t,; 
Smith Mager, 36 Greenwillow 
Smith Nicholas M., 78 Gough 
Smith Thomas F., 1 Ogden al 
Snyder E. :6., 122 N Exeter 
Sparklin Samuel, 102 S Eden 
Spriddle Martin, 187 Henrietta 
Stansbury J. T., 857 W Baltimore 
Stevens I. Collins, 345 E Pratt 
Stevenson Wesley, 164 N Eutaw Ji 

Tarter Henry H., 29 Ross 
Thomas Garretson, 261 Montgomery 
Tippett Charles B., 7 S Caroline ^^ 
Turner Jonathan, 132 N High 
Valiant John, 295 E Pratt 
Van Orsdell Hezekiah, 158 N Eutaw 
Vinton R. Spencer, 343 N Gay 
Vallentine John H., 185 Henrietta 
Ward William F., 156 Hanover 
Westwood Henry C, 134 Hoffman 
Wilson Samuel A., 190 Pennsylva- 
nia av 
Wright James, 209 Chestnut 
Young Jos., 27 Wayne 
Young William G., 18 Hill 

Clocks. 

(iSeea/50 Jewelers ; «/w Watches 

AND Jewelry.) 
Fasbender Marion J., 255 W Pratt 
MANN JOHN, N E c Charles and 

Lombard 
Morrill H. 0., 23 N Liberty 
Parr John H., 234 W Baltimore 

Clothes Scourers. 

(iSee Scourers.) 

Clothiers. 

Bar A Bro., 189 S Broadway 
Bergen Michael, 113 N Howard 
B rnel S., 74 and 76 Market space 
Blondheim H., 105 N Howard 
BOPP L., 154 Light st whf, Whole- 
sale and Retail dealer in Ready- 
made Clothing and Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods. Constantly on 
hand a large assortment of 
CLOTHE, CASSIMERES and , 



CLOTHIERS. 



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VESTIXGS, which he will make 

up to order in the best Fashiona- 
ble Style, on the most reasonable 

terms. 
Brafman Abraham, 32 Centre mkt 

space 
Brafman & Hardesty, 160 W Pratt 
Brenner M., 100 W Pratt 
Brenner & Bro., Thames c Bond 
Brestaner Abraham, 213 S Charles 
Burgunder Joseph, 295 W Pratt 
Burgunder Simon, 53 W Baltimore 
Carr Henry, N E c Pratt and Gay 
Coonan Daniel, 70 Market space 

and 119 W Baltimore 
Coulter E. P., 113 N Eutaw 
DIETZ JOHN B., 204 W Pratt 
Dode Peter, 38 W Pratt 
Englepaupt C, 46 and 48 W Pratt 
Fletcher J. H., 140 W Pratt 
Frank KaufiFman, 243 S Broadway 
Frank Nison, 110 W Pratt 
FRANKEL & BRO., N E c W Pratt 

and Market space 
Frayman S., 346 W Pratt 
Fried Henry, 88 Harrison 
Goldman B., 4 Market space 
Goldman L., 80^ Market space 
Goodman A., 75 N Howard 
Goodman Joseph, 10 Centre mkt 

space 
Goodman Josiah, 22 Centre mkt 

space 
Greenbaum J., 146 W Pratt 
Greenbaum Meyer, 168 Forrest 
Greennove Anna, 72 S Eutaw 
Greentree Jacob, agt., 84i Market 

space 
Greef Levi, 213 S Broadway 
Grothous C, 14 W Pratt 
Gutmann Moses &, Co., 331 W Bal- 

timore 
Haar H., 115 N Howar**- 
Hamburg M., 235 S Broadway 
Hamburger Isaac, 181 S Broadwnv 
HARZBERG & STIEFEL, 168 W 

Pratt 
HECHT JACOB & CO., 88 Market 

space 



Herzberg S., 28 Ceni^re mkt space 
Hess & Stern, 213 W Pratt 
Hexter George, 182 S Broadway 
Hirsh B. D., 106 W Pratt 
Hofheimer Brothers, 72 W Pratt 
HOYT WM. H., 41 N Charles 
Jarrett Asbury, 12 E Baltimore 
Jarrett L., 126 TV Baltimore 
Jordan Levi, N E c Market space 

& Lombard 
KAHN & SCHLOSS, 305 W Balti- 
more 
Kaufman Charles, 44 TV Pratt 
Keyser P L., 358 TV Pr.itt 
Kronhymer Simon, 122 TV Pratt 
Kuhn & Co., S E c Lexington & 

Green 
Lamm & Brother, 96 TV Pratt 
Laugheimer M. H., 1.34 TV Pratt 
Laupheimer Jacob <fc Co., 184 TV 

Pratt 
Linderman L. Gustav, 314 TV Pratt 
Lipp & Co., S TV c Baltimore & 

Paca 
LONG & TANNEBAUM, 162 <t 164 
Light st whf, TVholesale & Retail 
Clothiers' & Gentlemen's Fur- 
nishing Goods; constantly on hand 
a large assortment of CLOTHS, 
CASSIMERES, & VESTINGS, 
which they make up to order in 
the best and most fashionable 
style on the most reasonable 
terms. 
MANDLEBAUM G., 83 N Howard 
Mandlebaum Mrs. J., 129 N How- 
ard 
Meyer E., 161 Franklin 
Mever L., 177i Franklin 
PATTERSON & FIELD, 81 Thames 

F P 
Rea John B.. & Co., N E c South <fc 

Pratt 
Rose B., 252 TV Pratt 
Rosenthal Adolphus, 61 S Eutaw 
Rosenthal Simon, 72 Harrison 
Row & Lan dower, 62 TV Pratt 
Rudney John B., 209 TV Baltimore 



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CLOTHIERS, WHOLESALE. 



8ANNEB0RN HENRY, 315 W Bal 

timore 
Schiff Levi, 127 N Howard 
Schiff Meyer, 97 N Howard 
Schloss Nathan, 229 S Broadway 
Schloss Wm., 169 S Broadway 
Schudle F., 257 Light 
Seal Geo. McK., 60 W Baltimore 
Seldner & Co.. 105 & 107 N Gay 
SHIPLEY, ROANE & CO., 303 W 

Baltimore 
Siegel, Grunebaum & Schmidt, 323 

W Baltimore 
SMITH, BROS. & CO., 40 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement outside 
front cover.) 
Sonneborn L., 273 W Pratt 
Sonnehill K. B., 125 N Howard 
SPRINGER WOLF, 52 & 54 W 

Pratt 
Springer & Freidenrich, 305 W Bal- 
timore 
Stang Henry, 320 W Pratt 
STANSBURY JAS. E., 83 Thames 
F P, N Broadway, S side, Whole- 
sale & Retail Fashionable Cloth- 
ing, in all its varieties. CLothing 
made to order. 
Starnglanz L , 318 W Pratt 
Stein John, 209 Light 
STEIN BROTHERS, 295 W Balti- 
more 
Stine B., 73 W Baltimore bet 
South k Gay — Clothing House. 
Clothing of superior quality ready- 
made, and made to order ; also 
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. 
Stine N. H., 55 N Howard 
Stocksdale N., 78 Market space 
STRASBURGER K., 97 and 99 N 

Gay 
THANHOUSER JACOB, 124 W 

Pratt 
THRASHER ROGERS & CO., 343 

W Baltimore 
WALKER NOAH & CO., Washing- 
ton Bdgs, Baltimore bet Calvert 
and Light, op Adams' Express. 
(See advertisement.) I 



Weil Jacob, 205 Light 
Weil Jonathan, 87 Thames 
Weisgerber Henry, 173' Franklin 
Whitestone David, 103 Harrison 
Wiesenfield & Co., Baltimore c 

Centre mkt space 
Wise Jacob, 233 S Broadway 
Wolf & Bergman, 244 W Pratt 
Wornitz A., 12 Centre mkt space 
Wurtzburger A., 169 Franklin 
Wurtzburger S., 147 Franklin 
Wurtzburger Sam'l, 108 Franklin 
Wurtzburger Simon, 32 W Pratt 
Zirckel Wm., 56 W Pratt 

Clothiers, "Wholesale. 

Burgunder B., 276 W Pratt 
Ellinger S., 297 W Baltimore 
Frank L. & A., 287 W Baltimore 
Friedman M., 241 W Pratt 
HARTMAN & STRAUS, 326 W 

Baltimore 
Hirshberg & Reinhard, 294 W Bal- 
timore 
KAHN & SCHLOSS, 305 W Balti- 
more, bet Liberty and Howard. 
MANUFACTURERS AND 
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 
READY-MADE CLOTHING. 
Henry Kahn. Wm. Schloss. 

SHIPLEY, ROANE & CO., 303 W 
Baltimore. WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL CLOTHIERS. MILI- 
TARY CLOTHING OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION ON HAND AND 
MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT 
NOTICE. 

SONNEBORN HENRY, 

315 WEST BALTIMORE, 

Between Howard and Liberty. 

Wholesale Manufacturer of 

CLOTHiisra, 

And Dealer in 

GENTS' FURNISHING 
GOODS, &c. 



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SoTmeliorn, Seligman & Marx, 310 
W Baltimore 

STEIN BROTHERS, 

295 W. BALTIMORE. 

Manufacturers and Wholesale 

Dealers in Clothing. 

"Walter R., 300 W Baltimore 
Wiesenfeld & Co., 270 W Baltimore 

Clothiers, "Wholesale and 
Retail. 

Brafman & Hardesty, 100 W Pratt 
Brenner & Bro., Thames c Bond 
FRANKEL & BROTHER, N E c W 

Pratt and Market space 
HECHT JACOB & CO., 88 Market 
space N W c Pratt. Wholesale 
and Retail Clothiers and dealers 
in Gentlemen's Fltrnishing 
Goods, and a general assortment 
of India Rubber Clothing. Par- 
ticular attention given to Cus- 
tomer Work. 
Herzberg S., Centre mkt space 

"smTthTbro's & CO., 

MARBLE HALL 

CLOTHING HOUSE, 

40 W. BALTIMORE. 

Ready-made Clothing for MEN and 
BOYS' Wear, 

, And the most Beautiful Styles of 

Cloths, Cassimeres a7id Vest- 

ings to be made to order. 

PKICES VERY MODERATE. 

MARBLE HALL, 

No. 40 West Baltimore Street, 
1 door ab. Raymond & Burton's. 

(See advertisement outside front 
eover.) 



Wiesenfeld A Co., Baltimore c Centre 
mkt space and 270 W Baltimore 

Clothiers, Boys. 

Finn Catharine. Ill St. Paul 
Gardner S. S. & M. E., 62 W Lex- 

ington 
HOYT WM. H., 41 N Charles 
Ring Moses, 221^ and 223 W Pratt 
SCHEER M. A., 65 W Lexington 



Clothing, Second-hand. 

Bergmann Moses, 230 S Charles 

Bonhim B., 144 S Eutaw 

Cline Mrs. Sarah, 700 W Baltimore 

Cohen M., 21 Second 

Deevie Solomon, 2 Harrison 

Friedman Samuel. 5 Second 

Hart Tobias, 11 Second 

Levan Henry, 238 Light 

Meyers Jacob, 15 Second 

Poskrixky Israel, 1 Second 

Reiden Adam, 274 S Eutaw 

Rosenberg A., 7 Second 

Smith J. C, 80 N Gay 

Weil B., 110 S Eutaw 

Cloths, Cassimeres &. Vest- 
ings. 

DAMMANN F. W. <tE., IMPORT- 
ERS and COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, 19 Hanover. FRENCH 
& GERMAN CLOTHS. DOE- 
SKINS, FANCY WOOLLENS, 
HOSIERY, Ac. <fec. 

Frank Simon & Co., S E c German 
& Hanover 

HESS, BLUM k CO., 271 W Balti- 
more, bet Hanover &. Sharp, Job- 
ers & Dealers in CLOTHS, CAS- 
SIMERES k VESTINGS 

MOORE ROBERT & BRO., 233 W 
Baltimore, IMPORTERS and 
JOBBERS of CLOTHS, CASSI- 
MERES & VESTINGS 

OBERNDORF A., 10 S Charles, 
Importer & Jobber of Cloths, 
Cassimeres & Vestings 

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COAL DEALERS. 



OREM, HOPKINS & CO., Import- 
ers and "Wholesale Dealers in 
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEST- 
IN GS, PIECE TRIMMINGS and 

GOODS EXCLUSIVELY ADAPTED 

TO men's wear. 238 W Balti- 
more 

Schleunes & Hinrichs, 84i W Balti- 
more 

Sigel David, 7 Hanover 

SPILLER & ALCOCK, 252 W Bal- 
timore 

STRAUS M. L. & CO., Importers 
and Jobbers of Cloths, Cassimeres 
Doeskins, Coatings, Vestings, &c. 
256 W Baltimore. M. L. Straus, 
M. Rich 

Coal Dealers. 

{See also Coal Miners & Ship- 
pers.; 

Adams Emelus, Back Basin c 
Caroline 

Bennett G. R. & L. E., 169 How- 
ard 

BROWN, MITTAN & CO., North 
n Monument 

CALLIS JAMES H., 226 E Balti- 
more 

Campbell & Slack, 95 W Lombard 

Carson & Spedden, 164 Hollins 

Collins J. B., 88 North 

Crothers David, 77 North . 

CRUSSE JOHN, jr., Boston c 
Leakin, Canton 

Gushing & Ehlen, 36 Second 

Davis G., Bond c Lombard 

Davis Geo. M., 200 E Lombard 

Davis M. A., 16 Gough 

Fenhagen James C, 214 N Gay 

Ford C. W., 32 Light 

Forman A. D. & H. C, 513 W Bal- 
timore 

Giese J. Henry, 9 South 

Haines B. F., N W c Fayette and 
Fremont 

High & Shanley, 123 i- W Lombard 



HOUSE WM. A., & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 



IN 



ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS 



Office — S W c South and Lombard. 

Yards — Head of Union Dock. 

Cathedral st n Bolton Depot. 



Houck A. v., 61i NEutaw 

Jameson & Brown, 253 W Lexing- 
ton 

JANNEYR. M, 19^ South 

JENKINS JAMES W., 67 Second, 
WHITE AND RED ASH COAL, 
FROM BEST MINES. CUM- 
BERLAND COAL. SAWED 
AND SPLIT WOOD. 

KREBSC. W., 83 Second 

LEISENRING G. W., dealer in 
ANTHRACITE AND CUMBER- 
LAND COAL. Office, N E c 
Howard and Franklin. 

McClymont Wm. & Co., Falls av 
bel Pratt 

McCULLOUGH JOHN C, Fre- 
mont c Pratt. (See advertise- 
ment p. 4 back.) 

McNeal James, jr., 58 Second 

Mcpherson john h. t., agent, 

79 South 
Miller J., jr., Paca c German 
Miller J. H., 6 St Paul 
Moore John A., 3 W Fayette 
MYERS DANIEL E., North near 

Monument 
Onion E. D., Forrest c Britton 
Onion Wm. F., Central av c Lom- 
bard ' 
RIEMAN R. G., Office, 12 South; 
Yards, Foot Albemarle and Back 
Basin, c Howard & Richmond mkt 



COAL DEALERS. 



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ROBIXS EDWARD, Office, ^o. 7 
Sun Iron Building ; Yards, Ca- 
thedral st and c York and Johnson. 
Wholesale & Retail dealer 

IN ALL KINDS OF CoAL. 

Silverwood <fe Sheckells, 154 Cen- 
tral av 
Storm Jeremiah, 78 North 
Sullivan J. P., 102 Li^ht st whf 



SCTTON, PENNINGTON & CO. 



13 South Street, 



DEALERS IN ALL KINDS 



OP 



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Yards, cor. North and Madison, 
and south side of Basin. 



Timanus John T., 65 N Green 
WALKER G. W. k T. S., DEAL- 
ERS IN ANTHRACITE AND 
BITUMINOUS COAL, 3 S Sharp 
WASHBURN W. F., Lee c Light 
Wright Isaac H. & Co., 26 N Gay 

Coal Miners and Shippers. 

AMERICAN COAL CO., 57 Ex- 
change pi 

AUDENRIED LEWIS & CO., 20 
Second 

BALTIMORE COAL CO., HOFF- 
MAN & SON, sole Agents, 6 
South 



36 Second St., Baltimore. 

Miner and Shipper of Wyoming 
aiid Lorberry, Anthracite aiid 
George^ s Creek Bitumi- 
nous Coals. 

Shipping wharves, Locust Point, 
Baltimore ; and Havre-de-Grace, 
Maryland. 



DOBBIN & CO., 

24 Second St. 

MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF 

THE BEST WHITE AND 

RED ASH COALS; 

Also Cumberland Coals, 

From the best GEORGE'S CREEK 
MINES. 



GEMMELL THOMAS, MINER & 
SHIPPER of COAL, 44 Second 

Hamilton S. M. & Co., Baltimore c 
South 

Hern M. P. & Co., 24 Second 

OOFF.TIAIV & lSOi\, 

6 South st, opposite Sun Building. 

SOLE AGENTS 

OF THE 

BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY; 

Also oflfer Cumberland Coal, 

From the best George's Creek 

ISIiiies. 

G. B. Hoffman, 

Howard Hoffman. 



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COAL DEALERS. 



HOUSE, WASHBURN & CO., 
Shippers and Dealers in 

CUMBERLAND COAL, 

FROM THE 

GEORGE'S CREEK VALLEY. 

Ojfice — S W c South and Lombard. 
Shippi/ig Wliarf — Locust Point, 
Baltimore. 

PIEDMONT COAL <fc IRON CO., 
57 Exchange pi 

RIEMAN R. G., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

BLACK DIAMOND, 

LEE, LORBERRY, LAMBERT, 

AND TREVORTON 

C O ^ L S. 

Office~^o. 12 South. 

Yards — Foot of Albemarle Street, 
and Back Basin, cor Howard St. 
andBichmond Market, Baltimore 

SHORT (THE) MOUNTAIN COAL 
COMPANY OF LYKENS VAL 
LEY, PENNA. Office— n South 
6t, Baltimore EDW. JESSOP, 
President. E. STABLER, Jr., 
Secr'y and Treas. 

STABLER E., Jr., & CO. 

23 SOUTH STREET, 
Shippers and Wholesale dealers in 

ANTHRACITE 

AND 

BITUMINOUS 

Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Mount Car- 



mel and Shamokin White Ash, Ly- 
ken's Valley and Pine Grove Red 
Ash Coals. 

George's Creek Bituminous CoaL 

Lehigh Coal for Cupola Furnaces, 
&c. <fec. 

Shqjpifig Wharves — Havre-de- 
Grace, Md., and Canton and Locust 
Point, Baltimore. 

STICKNEY & CO., 57 Exchange 
pi. Shippers op the AMERI- 
CAN COMPANY, AND PIED- 
MONT COMPANY'S COAL. 

SUTTON, PENNl\nTON & CO., 

13 SOUTH STREET, 
Sole Shippers of Genuine 

Lyken's Valley Coal, 

ALSO 

BALTIMORE COAL CO., 

AND SUNBURY 

AND GEORGE'S CREEK COAL. 

Shipping Whari^es — South side 
Basin, Locust Point, and Havre- 
de-Grace, Md. 



Wilson Thomas, 6 South 
Coal and Wood Dealers. 

CRUSSE JOHN, Jr., dealer in 
COAL AND WOOD, PURE LY- 
KEN'S VALLEY AND WHITE 
ASH COALS. HICKORY, OAK 
AND PINE WOOD Constantly on 
hand at lowest Cash Prices. And 
Dealer in Sand of all kinds. 
Yard^CoT Boston and Leakin, 
Canton. 
GIESE J. HENRY, 9 South 
Houck A. v., 61i N Eutaw 



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McCULLOUGH JOHN", Yard and 
Office — Pratt and Fremont, and 
Park and Fayette. Wliarf — 
Eutaw. (See advertisement p. 4 
back.) 

Coffee Importer. 

Bacon J. E., 476 W Baltimore 

Coffee Roasters and Spice 
Factors. 

Crawford Wm. H. k Co., 62 South 
MARKELL CHARLES, S E c Cal- 
vert and Lombard 
Ridgway S. C, 505 W Pratt 
Siegmann C, 152 Hillen 
Siegmann J. G., 68 Ensor 

Coffin Trimmings. 
GMINDER JACOB, 10^ S Calvert 



MEYER L.. 

216 W. PRATT STREET, 
Manufacturer of 

Coffin Screws and Tacks. 

Britannia Work in all its 
Branches. 

NORRIS C. SIDNEY, 36 Hanover 
SAUTER P. & BRO., 20 S Sharp 
SCHMIDT M. F., Manufacturer 

OP COFFIN TRIMMINGS, 8 W 

Water 

Collar Makers (Horse). 

Bullock Jos., 21 Mercer 

HAMMOND JOHN D., 348 W Bal- 
timore 

Harvey Thomas k Sons, 33 N Green 

LAWSON ROBERT, 277 W Balti- 
more 

MERCER LUTHUR 0., 334WBal. 
timore 

Collectors- 

{See also Agents, Property and 
Collecting.) 

Boyd S. k S., 84 N Caroline 
Elias Samuel, 65 Harrison 



Ker Dashiell S., 32 St Paul 
Lindsay G. W., 20 N Paca 
Mackenheimer J. N., 28 St Paul 

(Constable) 
Nally Richard, N W c St Paul and 

Favette (Constable) 
Patterson Wm. G., 32 St Paul 
Ray John B., 28 St Paul 
Reese Samuel, N W c St Paul and 

Fayette (Constable) 
Ridgely James L., 26.t E Baltimore. 

Internal Revenue, 2d District. # ^ 
' ^^tfrrernrrm H«flr^, ^7 Second .'""' *^^ 
V A LLE&-40S6^iL_A-.JZ2-W-^Ufcf - 

--ette ' ■' . '. ' 
Whiteley JT. H., 101 N Paca 
Wilson James J., N W c St Paul k 

Fayette (Constable) 
Wooflen L. R. , N W St Paul and 

Fayette (Constable) 

Colleges. 
Carter J. P., 118 E Baltimore 

F. H. GALLAGHER'S 

Mercantile College, 

207 k 209 Baltimore St., between 

Charles and Light, 

BALTIMORE. 

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION IN 

Practical Bookkeeping^ Business 

Writing, and Practical 

Mercantile Affairs. 

Ornamental Penmanship, 

By A. McLAURIN, 
Executed Beautifully, Tastefully, k 

Skilfully. 

See advertisement outside back 

cover. 



LOSIER E. K., PRINCIPAL BAL- 
TIMORE COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, over N E c Baltimore and 
Charles. Dwelling, Eutaw House. 



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*Colors, Importers of. 

POPPLEIN G. & N. JR., 50 North. 
(See advertisement op Druggists.) 

Colonization OfBoe. 

Hall G. W. S. & Co., G5 Second 

Commissioners of Deeds. 

{See also Lawyers.) 

Atkinson Joseph T., 36 St Paul 
Benzinger Frederick F., Law bdgs 
Bryan Wm. S., 36 St Paul 
Burgess Henry Howard, 4 Spurrier's 

ct, Lexington 
DANELS BOLIVAR D., 57 W 

Fayette 
LATIMER JAS. B., S W c Fayette 

and St Paul 
Pratt J. D., Baltimore c Charles - 
Boot H R., 5 St Paul 
Snyder John J., 53 Fayette 
Sprague E. R., 5 St Paul 
Whelan Thomas, jr., 16 St Paul 
Williams Dalrymple, N W c Calvert 

and Lexington 

Confectioners, "Wholesale. 
BLOME & JACOBI, 445 W Balti- 
more, STEAM CANDY MANU- 
FACTORY. Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in CANDIES. FRUITS, 
CIGARS, &G. All Candies war- 
ranted to keep in any climate. 
G. Blome. G. Jacobi. 



BRIDGES, WILLIAM & SON, 

313 W. Baltimore, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Foreign Fruits, Candies, 

Almonds, Raisins, Oranges, 
Lemons, 

REFINED SUGARS, 

<tc. &c. 
Country Merchants are solicited to 



call and examine our stock before i 

purchasing elsewhere. 

CLARK & JONES, 20 LiErht 

GILMODR'S A. M., NEW YORK 
BAKERY AND CONFECTION- 
ERY, 239 W Pratt, bet Howard 
and Sharp. Goods delivered 
FREE OF CHARGE. Weddings and 
Parties supplied at all times with 1 
despatch. All kinds of fine Cakes I 
& Confectionery on hand. 

Hamilton John, N E c Howard and 
Lexington 

KIDD AMELIA, 35 W Baltimore, 
Wholesale and Retail Confection- 
ery, Fancy Goods, Foreign Fruits 
and Nuts. 

MARTIN JOHN & CO , 92 W Pratt 
op Patterson, IMPORTERS and 
DEALERS'»IN FOREIGN 
FRUITS and CANDY MANU- 
FACTURERS. 

MERCHANT J. & SON, 174 W 
Pratt. (See adver. p. 5 back.) 

Munder C. F., 27 S Liberty 

Ness G. W., 361 W Baltimore 

PRACHT CHARLES & CO., 155 
and 157 Franklin, steam candy 
manufacturers. Wholesale deal- 
ers in foreign fruits, confection- 
ery of all kinds, oranges, lemons, 
filberts, walnuts, palmnuts, pe- 
cans, almonds, Havana and Ger- 
man cigars, sardines, fire crack- 
ers, &G. &c. 

SUMMERS & CO., 301 W Balti. 
more, confectioners and fruit 
dealers 

VIGHERI S., 57 N Charles 

White & Bixler, 311 W Baltimore 

Confectioners and Fruit- 
erers. 

Abler Mrs. Catharaine, 409 Canton 
av 

Appell Christian, c Pearl and Fay- 
ette 

Ashton John, N W c Pine and Fay- 
ette 



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Baccegaluppo Yincenzo, 60 N Gay 
Baccigaluho J., 146 Light st whf 
Baker Mrs. Caroline, 262 S Charles 
Beckner Mrs. L., 10 N Green 
Bedencopf Mary, 173 Hanover 
Bergner George, Lexington mkt 
BIRKMEYER JOHN F., 112 

Franklin 
Bittering John, 7 Penn av 
Blair Mrs. A., Mulberry c Chats- 
worth 
Blessing Mary, 14 Eden 
BLOME & JACOBI, 445 W Balti- 
more 
Bower George, Lexington mkt 
Boyer John, Lexington mkt 
Brand Mrs. H., 187 S Charles 
Brandt Mrs. Kate, 550 W Pratt 
Bregel Joseph H. T., 71 N Gay 
BRIDGES WM. & SON, 313 W 

Baltimore 
Brooks A. S., 57 N Calvert 
Brown George, 31 Ross 
Brown Mrs. Mary, 68 Thames 
Brugel Joseph, 128 Centre mkt 
Burman Ernest H., Lexington mkt 
Burnett Mrs. J., 188 E Baltimore 
Busky Miss Anna, 108 Thames 
Butcher Alexander, 160 W Balti- 
more 
Caddy J. N., 315 N Gay 
Caldwell A. P., 149^ N Gay 
Carroll E., 79 North 
Clagett Mrs. E., 20 President 
CLARKE & JONES, 20 Light 
Clinton David, 73 Fell's Point mkt 
Clinton David (col'd), 144 N Regis- 
ter. 
Close Nicholas, 139 Gough 
Coates James A., 54 W Baltimore 
Cole Mrs. J., 86|^ Hanover 
Colton Frederick, 100 Hillen 
Connell Mrs. M., L Sharp c Barnet 
Conner Mrs. R., 644 W Baltimore 
Conrad John F., 253 Franklin 
Conroade John, Lexington mkt 
Cook Elizabeth, 221 Alice Anna 
' Cox Mrs. M., 229 Biddle 
I Cullison J. M., 182 Madison av 



Cunio A., Douglass c Forrest 
Dankmeyer Mrs. W., 830 W Bal- 
timore 
Darling L., 137 N Eutaw 
Derenberger Jacob, 67 Ross 
Derringhugh G. & J., Lexington 

mkt 
Drexell Henry, 57 N Gay 
Eck Henrv, 179 S Broadway 
ECKHARDT CHARLES. 239 N 

Gay 
Edwards Mrs. M., 195 E Pratt 
Ehrardt Mrs. M., 252 S Eutaw 
EMMEL JOHN, 283 Canton av 
Engel Mrs. C, 12 Ensor 
Engel Mrs. Elizabeth, 580 W Balti- 
more 
Eshman Mrs. F., 176 Madison av 
Everitt J. J., 357 N Gay 
Evers Mrs. Ann, 249 Canton av 
Falkenstein F., 257 Light 
Farley Edward, 76 S Broadway 
Feister Mrs. Susan, 213 Eastern av 
Feite Mrs. A., 78 Park 
Ferguson M., 224 N Eutaw 
Fisher Mrs. E., 18 E Baltimore 
FLAMM MRS. M., 88 W Lexington 
Flecher Mrs. A., 165 Penn. av 
Fritz Harriet, 266 Aisquith 
Furguson Mrs. E., 458 W. Balti- 

more 
Gafford Mrs. D., 466 W Baltimore 
Gambrell James, 22 Greenmount av 
Gardner Mrs. E., 311 W Pratt 
George Mrs. H., 710 W Baltimore 
Gebel Jacob, 501 W Pratt 
Geiger John, 16 E Pratt 
Getz F. W., 185 S Sharp 
Getz George, 843 W Baltimore 
Gibson W., 746 W Baltimore 
GILMOUR A. M., 239 W Pratt 
GILMOUR JAS. D., Madison av e 

Eutaw 
Girty Mrs. B., 270 S Charles 
Gisrehn Frederick, 120 Greemount 

av ' 

Glenn Mrs. R., 20 Fell's Point mkt 
Goty Mrs. Mary Ann, 123 Eastern av 
Gray Mrs. E., 61 President 



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CONFECTIONERS AND FRUITERERS. 



Gray Mrs. Mary, 83 N Front . 
Greaves Mrs. T., 252 Montgomery 
Green Mrs. Cordelia, 140 Aisquith 
Greenies Louis, Biddle c Ross 
Grimm John A., 644 W Baltimore 
Hagan Martin, Valley c Neighbor 
HAMILTON JOHN, Manufacturer 
of New York Candies, Wholesale 
and Retail, N E c Howard and 
Lexington. N. B. — Country or- 
ders promptly attended to. 
Hammersley D. L , 26 N Green 
HARBAUGH MRS. A. M., 121 N 
Calvert, Ice Cream and Eating 
Saloon, meals at all hours, also a 
general assortment of Figs, Nuts, 
Fruits, &G. 
Hardagon Mrs. Ellen, 365 W Pratt 
Hatter Martin, 133 N Gay 
Henderson Mrs. K, 31 S Caroline 
Henson James (col.), 35 Douglas 
Herghe M. E., Lexington mkt 
HERMAN C. C, 73 N Charles 
Hersch Mrs. L., 170 E Baltimore 
Hershfeld John E., 171 S Broad- 
way 
Hickey Thomas, 152 S Broadway 
HICKLEY G. T., 139* N Gay 
Hickson J. S., 77 W Lexington 
Hines Mrs. P., 119 Thames 
HoflFmeister George, 119 Eastern av 
Hopkins Rebecca, 3 S Broadway 
Howard Mrs. E., 40 Pine 
Imwald Mrs. Mary A., 550 W Bal- 
timore 
Irvin John A., 95 N Charles 
Jennings Mary, 18 Fell's Point mkt 
Johnson S., 34 St Paul 
Jones Levin, 115 E Pratt 
Keglers John G., 246 Lexington * 
Kelley Mrs. Ellen, 42 Greenmount 

av 
Kemp Mrs. Ann, 244 S Broadway 
Kessler George, N E c Gay and 

Aisquith 
Keyser E., 217 Montgomery 
KIDD AMELIA, 35 W Baltimore 
Kidd and White, 16 W Baltimore 
Kierste M. M., 78 S Broadway 



King James, Baltimore c Caroline 
Kittering Peter, Lexington mkl 
Kinckmann Mrs. Emma, 2G5 Mont- 
gomery 
Knight Mrs. M. A., 19 Marion 
Koestner Mrs. F., 187 E Pratt 
Koss Charles, 54 N Eutaw 
Kreamer John, 8 Greenmount ar 
Krite Mrs. Lucinda, 361 Canton ar 
Kugler Samuel 262 W Pratt 
Lang Mrs. G., 181 E Pratt 
LAUTERBACH F., S Poppleton 

c Hollins 
Leistner Joseph, 294 Alice Anna 
Lentz Mrs. Elizabeth, 174 S Broad- 
way 
Lewis P. B. A., 55 Pearl 
Lloyd P., c Sharp and Fayette and 

145 E Baltimore 
Loman Mrs. M., Fell's Point mkt 
Lyon Mrs. Kate, 248 Central ar 
McClayton John, 53 Centre 
McNeil Hugh, 208 Light 
McNeill Archibald, 332 N Gay 
Mackel Mrs. Catharine, 319 W Pratt 
McSweeney John, 258 Light 
Marberger Mrs. E., Mulberry e 

State 
Martin Charles & Co., 4 N Calvert 
Martin H. A., 547 W Baltimore 
MARTIN JOHN & CO., 92 W Pratt 
Mathews Mrs. E., 7 Pine 
Maurer E.. 3 S Poppleton 
Meazel Mrs. C, 20 Clay 
Meekins Mrs. Nancy, 209 CroM 
Mirtle Wm., 63 S Fremont 
Michial Louis, 421 Gay 
Monteverde J., 196 W Pratt 
Moon Mrs. E., 11 Fish mkt spao« 
Moylan Mrs. B., 360 W Pratt 
Mukly E.,391 S Charles 
Munder C. F., 27 S Liberty 
Murr W. F., 139 Hanover 
Musch Mrs. D., 122 Thames 
Myer John H., 704 W Baltimore 
Ness G. W., 361 W Baltimor« 
Neeke E., 125 S Broadway 
0"Donald John, 86 S CharlBf 
Ockerme A., 86 St. Paul 



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Parks Mrs. Mary E., 442 Lifjlit 
Parsons Mrs. Silas E., 321 E Balti- 
more 
Patenfeld Ann, 351 Canton ar 
Pels S., 109 X Howard 
Phelan Mrs. E., Front c Fayette 
Pool George T., 432 W Baltimore 
PRACHT CHAS. & CO., 155 and 

157 Franklin 
Pryor Mrs. Mary, 82Q W Baltimore 
Pund J. C, 260 N Gay 
Punt John C, Centre mkt 
Reed Ann, 182 Centre mkt 
Reed Hannah, 58 Fell's Point mkt 
Reeves Mrs. E., 152 S Charles 
Rull Henry, 92 S Caroline 
Russell H. J., Baltimore c Bond 
Schaer J. F., 52 E Baltimore 
Schillinger Henry, 101 N Calvert 
Schoenpflug Julius, 62 N Pearl 
Schultz William, 30 N Pearl ' 
Schulz E., 14 E Baltimore 
Schulz Charles, 492 W Baltimore 
S«hupp Louis, 72 N Pearl 
Beabright Mary, S Green c German 
Seebode Louis, 313 Light 
Senderling John, 50 Aisquith 
Shermer Anna, 863 W Baltimore 
Shoemaker R., 2^ S Fremont 
Siebold Conrad, 132 N Caroline 
Smith Chr., 247 Eastern av 
Smith John, 59 S Howard 
Smith Mrs. Sarah E., Ill S Wolf 

Staikler , 138 Centre mkt 

Stalh Adam, Eden c Lombard 
Stansbury John, 236 Franklin 
Stolpp J. L., Lexington mkt 
Striebel George, 51 Aisquith 
Sudbrick Henry, 158.j Light st whf 
SUMMERS & CO., 301, W Balti- 
more 
Taylor Alfred G., 16 W Fayette 
Theas Mrs. Mimi, 500 W Baltimore 
Van Holland John P., Baltimore c 

Car«line 
VELLINES B. H., WHOLESALE 

and RETAIL, 85 W Baltimore 
VIGHERI S., 57 N Charles. Fine 
Confectionery, Fresh Fruits and 
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Preserves, & all kinds of Pickles, 
Sauces, &c. Families supplied. 
Wagner Margaret B., 458 W Lom- 
bard 
Walker Uxs. F., 48 Gough 
Welde George, 13 Aisquith 
Wenig Alfred, 182 Forrest 
Whitner Mrs. C, 89 N Schroeder 
Whistler Mrs. M. J., 878 W Balti- 
more 
White & Bixler, 311 W Baltim«r« 
Wick Simon, 102 Central av 
Willfiend Mrs. C, 66 Ross 
Wolf Chris., 154 E Lombard 
Wolf Geo. W., 166 S Broadwaj 
Wolford Mrs. C, 73 Peun. av 
Woodward Mrs. M., 74 Penn. ar 
Yingling Henry, 43 Penn. av 

Constables. 

Mackenheimer J. N., 28 St Paul 

Morrison F. L , 58 Camden 

Nally Richard, N E c St Paul and «C 

Fayette 
Reese Samuel, N W c St Paul and 

Fayette 
Whiteley J. H., 101 N Paca 
Whitson David, 58 Camden 
Wilson James J., N W c St Pan! 

and Fayette 
Woolen L. R., N W c St Paul and cJl 

Fayette 
Zenn George, 68 Camden 

Consuls, Foreign. 

Agent for the U?ideru'rifers at Bre- 
men — F. W. Brune &, Sons 
Agent for tlie TJnderwritera at 
Lloyds — James Carey Coale, Ex- 
change bdg 
Austria — J. D. Kremelberg, Vie« 

Consul, 11 Cheapside 
Baden — W. Dresel, 11 Cheapside 
Bavaria — W. Dresel, 11 Cheapsid* 
Belghcm—Q. 0. Gorter, 52 S Gay 
Brazil— C. 0. O'Donnell, 52 Gay 
British — Frederick K. Bernaul, Se- 
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Buenos Ayres — C. Morton Stewart, 
52 S Gny 

Chili — Richard B. Fitzgerald, 6 S 
Gay 

Darmstadt — W. Dresel, 11 Cheap- 
side 

Denmarh — F. B. Graf, Vice Consul, 
18 Second 

France — A. Louvan, 38 Mulberry 

Great Britain — Frederick K. Ber 
naul, over Exchange Reading 
Room 

Hamburg and Bremen — A. Schu- 
macher, Consul General, 9 S 
Charles 

Hanover — Edward Urhlaub, 54 
Courtland 

Hesse-Cassel — W. Dresel, 11 Cheap- 
side 

Lubec — H. von KapflF, 22 German 

Mexico — J. A. Pizarro, 3 Barnet 

Montevideo — P. Murguiondo, 67 S 
Gay 

Netherlayids — Class Vocke, 116 S 
Charles 

New Grenada — R. A. Fisher, 54 S 
Gay 

Nicaraugua — C. 0. O'Donnell, 52 
Gay 

Norway — F. B. Graf, Vice Consul, 
18 Second 

Oldenburg — Charles Bulling, 143 
W Lombard 

Perw— Richard B. Fitzgerald, 6 S 
Gay 

Peru and Eqnador — James I. Fish- 
er, 54 S Gay 

Porttcgal—Q. 0. O'Donnell, 52 Gay 

Prussia — W. Dresel, 11 Cheapside 

Russia — Aug. Kohler, acting Vice 
Consul, 63 Exchange pi 

Sardinia — C. A. Williamson, Union 
Bank, c Charles & Fayette 

Saxony — W. Dresel, 11 Cheapside 

Spain — J. A. Pizarro, 3 Barnet 

Swedeji and Norway — F. B. Graf, 
18 Second 

Two Sicilies — A. C. Rhodes, 63 
Exchange pi 



Uruguay, Oriental Republic of— 
Pde Murguiondo, 59 S Gay, resi- 
dence 57 N Fayette 

Venezuela — Bolivar D. Danels, 57 
W Fayette 

Vice-Consul of the Pontifical States 
— T. P. Scott, 16 St Paul 

Wnrtemberg — W. Dresel, 11 Cheap- 
side 

Conveyancers. 
CINNAMOND & BROWNING, 59 

W Fayette 
Gill D. D., N W c St Paul & Fay- 
ette 
GLOCKER & NORRIS, 63 W Fay- 
ette 
GORSUCH PEREGRINE, 32 St 

Paul 
GRIFFIN THO'S W., 170 S Broad- 
way 
Grove Jacob F., 15 St Paul 
HILL THOMAS, CONVEf-ANCER 
and REAL ESTATE AGENT, 
S W St Paul and Fayette. 
Deeds, Wills, Mortgages, 
&c carefully prepared. Lands, 
Houses, Ground Rents, <fec., 
bought and sold. Also Ground 
Rents, House Rents, and other 
claims collected, and a general 
supervision given to property 
placed under his charge. 
Israel F. & Son, 22 St. Paul 
JONES & MYLES, 53 W Fayette 
Pallitt Alfred H., 10 Law bdg, 36 

St. Paul 
Pennington A. H. & Son, 65 Han- 
over 
Smith R. T., 61 W Fayette 
Thompson A. W., 30 St. Paul 
Warfield Wm., 13 St. Paul 
Yearley Alex. & Son, 15 St. Paul 

Coopers. 

Barickmans Jacob, 200 E Baltimore 
Black J. & S., 115 Smith's whf 
BOTTFFESHOF GEORGE, 240 
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Carroll John K., 27 Commerce 
COAK J. W., 25 McCIellan's al. 
All kinds of work made of old 
and new stuff. Beer, Flour, and 
Liquor Barrels, Yats, Tubs, &c., 
made to order. 
COOK WM. W., 14 McClellan's al 
Cousins John, Commerce c Cable 
Culver Wm. T., 5 L Sharp 
Curtain Samuel, Ellicott 
Eppler Jacob, 9 Cypress al 
Evans George & Co., 22 Patterson 
EVERIST JOHN M., 108 Holiday 
bet Pleasant and Bath. Keeps 
constantly on hand and makes to 
order, every description of Casks, 
Hogsheads, Liquor Barrels, Flour 
Barrels, and everything usually 
manufactured in a first class 
Coopering establishment. Repairs 
done with promptness and at 
moderate rates. 
Felder John H., 144 Central av 
Feller Charles, 139 S Caroline 
Frederick Laurence, 110 Franklin 
Gratler Frederick, 310 Montgomery 
Green R. C, Patterson c Cable 
GRUETTER FRED. L., shop 208 & 
210 Montgomery. Residence 222 
S Sharp 
Gruver & Costolay, 120 and 148 

Franklin 
Hermann John, Ridley c Steritt 
Kees Laurence, 111 Hillen 
McCann Edward, Cross n Leaden- 
hall 
McDANIEL C. M., 112 Dugan's 
whf. Dealer in all kinds of Old 
and New Barrels. Merchants and 
Contractors supplied at the short- 
est notice. 
Miller, Laurence, 60 N Schroeder 
Placide H. S. & Son, 72 Buchanan's 

whf 
Pollett John F., 27 Commerce 
Raynold Thomas, 216 S Eutaw 
Reeger John C, 186 S Charles 
Scham August, 141 S Caroline 
Scheckels John, Ridgely 



Sheiler Anthony, 112 N Gay 
Streeper, Soltdr & Marshall, Ex- 
change al 
Thurlow <fe Bondav, 111 Thames 
WOOLLEN JAMES, 31 Commerce. 
Oak Cooper in all its branches. 
Iron bound work constantly on 
hand, and trimming done at the 
shortest notice. 
Zane Peter, 70 Smith's whf 
Zorn Thos., 590 N Gay 

Coppersmiths. 

Bruce John M., 94 N Calvert 
McCleary & Connelly, 44 Holiday 
Mahler C, 28 Concord 
Reed Robert, 1 W Falls av 

Cordage, Rope, and Twine. 

Dukehart J. A-Co., 130 W Baltimore 
DURAND JOHN H., 132 W Pratt 
Henderson John & Co., wnrehousa 
S E c Pratt and Commerce ; fac- 
tory c Harford av and Point la 
RAMSAY JAS.G.,13 Thames F. P. 
Westcott Jas., 113 McElderry's whf 

Cork, Importers of. 

BLOCK AUGUSTUS, 96 W Lom- 
bard. — Importer of Cork of every 
description. 

BLOCK EDWARD,114W Lombard. 
Corks in all varieties. 

Chestnut S. & Co., 38 S Calvert 

Corset Makers. 

Carey Mrs. W. F.. 45 N Gay 
Donelly M., 172 W Lexington 

HORN MRS. ELIZA, 

MAUFACTUBER OF 

CORSETS, 

From Paris, 

139 "W. Lexington, one door E. of 

Howard. 

Corsets and Braces made to 

order, and a perfect fit 

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Natali Mary. 49 S Liberty 
Seibert Mrs., 103 E Baltimore 

Cotton and Woollen Goods, 
Manufacturers of. 

BANKS DANIEL B., President 
UNION MANUFACTURING 
CO. OF MARYLAND, 8 S How- 
ard. Residence, 194 Franklin. 

Dickey W. J., 21 German. 

GARY JAMES S. & SON, 

ilBERTON COTTON MILLS, 

MANtTFACTCRERS OF 

TWILLS, 
DUCKS, 

OSNABTJRGS, 
WARPS. 

SHEETINGS, 
COTTON YARN, &c. 

24 GERMAN STREET. 

Green, Amon & Co., Exeter e Hil- 
len 

Thistle Manufacturing Cotton Fac- 
tory, 166 W Fayette, N. Shannon, 
Agent. 

UNION MANUFACTURING CO. 
OF MARYLAND, Daniel B. 
Banks, President, 8 S Howard. 
Residence, 194 Franklin. 

Cotton Duck. 

Hooper Wm. E. & Co., S E c Pratt 
and South 

MOUNT VERNON CO., MANU- 
FACTURERS OF COTTON 
DUCK, TWINE, &c., c LOM- 
BARD AND FRANKLIN LANE, 
BALTIMORE. 

Cuppers and Leechers. 

Jane Margaret, 73 S Sharp 
Stodard Mrs. J. B., 36 S Bond 
Wombel Mrs. Ann, 8 Castel al 



Curriers. 

(See also Tanners ; also ■Leatheb 
Dealers.) 

ACHEY FREDERICK &, SON, 22 
S Liberty. (See advertisment op 
Leather Dealers.) 
ANDERSON JAMES G., 5 Balders- 
ton n Light. (See advertise- 
ment opposite Leather Dealers.) 
Favere Henry, 40 Harrison 
Flinspach F. W., 122 Light st whf 
Friese Charles, 213 Canton av 
KLEES HENRY & SONS, 15, 17, 

and 19 Saratoga 
KuhnE. G., 160 Light st whf 
Musgrave James, 101 N Front 
Printz Hartman, 369 S Charles 
SCHLARB P. & H., CURRIERS 
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS 
OF UPPER, SOLE, AND HAR- 
NESS LEATHER; also MOROC- 
COS, LININGS, &c., Ac, 61 S 
Sharp n Pratt 
SPARHAWK STERNS, 7 Mercer 
Stalfort F., 326 W Pratt 
Thomas N. & Co., 118 N Eutaw and 

East c Ensor, 
Vey F. E., 62 Penn av 

Curtain Materials. 

CROOK WALTER, JR., 220 W 

Baltimore 
MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Baltimore 
(See advertisement opUpholsterers.) 

Cutlers. 

Carey W. F., 45 N Gay 
Daffin Benjamin, 2 Holiday 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 
FEICHTMAN S., 80 N Eutaw 
Friese John, 142 W Fayette 
Halbach Charles, 94 N Gay 
Jackson Samuel, 194 W Baltimore 
Koch John, 4 E Pratt 



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REINHARDT CHARLES C, 7 N 

Gay 
Reinhardt H. D., 206 W Pratt 

Dentists. 

Baldetston I. & Son, 23 W Lexing- 
ton 
Booth R. R., 49 W Baltimore 
Brown A. J. & Son, Lexington c 

Charles 
Burton C. A., 94 W Fayette 
Cassell & Cherry, 1 S Liberty 



CHANDLEE EDWIN, 
DENTIST, 

15 S. Howard, West side. 



Cherry M. J., 45 Hanover 
Church Samuel T., 87 N Charles 
Cook G. W., 67 N Charles 
Etheridge W. H.. 21 S Broadway 
Evan Wm. W., 79 N Charles 
Gibney Richard, 32 N Gay 
Gill B. J., jr., 212 NEutaw 
Gill & Bro., N W c Hanover and 

Lombard 
Gill & Corrie, 56 S Sharp 
Gorgas Austin, 79 N Charles 
Gunther C, 183 E Baltimore 
Hooper James, 189 E Baltimore 
Hoopes W. H., 84 and 86 N Eutaw 
Hopkinson M. A., 87 N Eutaw 
McDowell Wm., 39 W Lexington 
Merryman George, 50 N Calvert 
Morse Wm. L. , 65 N Paea 
Noyes James, 320 W Lombard 
OULD PERRY, 19 N High 
Postley A. M., 167 N Eutaw 
Stinson Wm. F., 43 Hanover 

H. W. TILYARD, 
DENTAL SURGEON, 

14 S. Eutaw. 

Tucker W. Geo., 15 N Front 
Volkman Aug., 210 S Eutaw 
WUson William W., 79 N Charles 



Dentists' Findings. 
Snowden H. & Co., 3 N Liberty 

Dining Saloons. 

{See aho Hotels ; also Restau- 
rants ; also Taverns.) 
GILMOUR'S SALOON, 125 W 

Baltimore. (See advertisement.) 
RUTHEFORD JOSEPH, 125 W 

Baltimore. (See advertisement.) 
Wilson «fc Ruskell, 87 W Baltimore 

Dispensaries. 

Baltimore, Liberty c Fayette 
Eastern, Baltimore c Canal 
North Eastern, E Monument n Gay 
Southern, 48 Conway 

Distillers. 

Bailey James, 267 Cross 

Clabaugh E. A., 38 South and Rus- 
sell c Orten 

Hazlehurst &, Phelan, 17 Spear's 
whf 

MAITLANDB. &, CO., 89 South 

ULMAN & CO., 48 W Lombard and 
5 N Gay 

Dress Makers. 

{See also Seamstresses.) 
Ayler Mrs., 76 Greenmount av 
Baggott Mrs., 194 Madison av 
Benteen Mrs. R., 116 Pearl 
Black Catharine, 98 Chesnut 
Black Mrs. Kate, 628 W Baltimore 
Brice Mrs.. 125 N Eutaw 
Bride Mrs. E., 129 W Madison 
Brun Mrs. F., 86 W Lexington 
Button Francis, 81 Chesnut 
Curvall Francis, 145 Central av 
Dorman Ann, 176 N Front 
Dorsey Mrs. R., 203 Mulberry 
Dudley Mary, 289 Light 
Flanary Miss H., 85 W Lexington 
Frizell E., 551 W Baltimore 
Gaines Mrs. Jane, 19 S Eutaw 
Gaines Mrs. M., 19 S Eutaw 
Glasser Mrs. Catharine, 111 S Dal- 
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Gould Mrs., 121 N Howard 
Gormley Mrs. M. E.., 122 Mulberry 
Hanson Amelia, 301 S Bond 
Hill Mrs. M. J. (col'd), 47 Raburg 
Hunley Miss A., 7 S Green 
James Mrs. Ann, 74 Park 
Johnston S. E., 100 W Fayette 
Knipe Mrs. E., 59 Centre 
Lalor M. & C, 114 N Calvert 
Litsinger M. J., 21 S Eutaw 
Lloyd S., 138 N Eutaw 
Lowders Misses, 20 S Paca 
McCormick Mrs. L., 36 Ross 
Molldy Mrs. A., 64 S Republican 
Moxley Mrs. E. A., 187 Hanover 
Mulligan Mrs. Martha, 258 Central 

av 
Norman Mrs. A., 27 S Caroline 
O'Brien Mrs. F., 44 Ross 
O'Connor Mrs. S., 300 N Gay 
Parr Mrs R. W., 151 E Baltimore 
Reid Miss, 182 Hanover 
Rheim Mrs. E., 53 N Poplar 
Rutledge Miss S., 16 N Liberty 
Sharkey Mrs. M., 78 Mulberry 
Sherwood M. A. W., 135 N Paca 
Shumwalt Mrs. C. E., 66 S Sharp 
Waggoner Mrs. Mary, 55 Albe- 
marle 
Wilhelm Elizabeth, 278 Canton av 

Dress Patterns. 

{See Ladies' Dress Patterns.) 

Drug Importers. 
BAKER R. J., 36 S Charles. (See 

advertisement.) 
Thomsen & Block. 26 Hanover 

YOGELER A. & CO., 

IMPORTERS OF 
DRUGS, 

PAINTS, 
ESSENTIAL OILS, 
CHEMICALS, &c. &c., 
5 S. Liberty St., Baltimore. 

A. VOGELER. E. KEIDEL. 



Druggists' Glassware. 

BAKER BROTHERS & CO., 32 

and 34 S Charles. (See adver- 
tisement.) 
George Andrew J., 41 S Charles 
JOHNSON W. R., 38 S Charles. 
(See advertisement.) 

Druggists, ■Wholesale. 

Bartlett John M., 70 S Calvert 
Brown Wm. H. & Bro., 4 S Liberty 
Burrough Bros., 52 Light 
CANBY, GILPIN & CO., N W c 
Light and Lombard 

CLOTWORTHY & FLINT, 

339 W. BALTIMORE, 
(Bet. Howard and Eutaw), 

Wholesale Druggists 

AND DEALERS IN 

PAINTS, OILS, 
G-LASS, &o. 

Wm. p. Clotwortht. 
Edward Flint. 



R. (Si 



CURLEY HENRY R. (^u-cessor to 
Rogers &Curley), 7 5 Howard. 
Wholesale Druggisv ^nd Apo- 
thecary. Keeps conv ntly on 
hand a full assortmeni f Drugs 
and Medicines. OrdeM promptly 
filled. 
Davis & Miller, 12 N Howard 
Frey E. & S., 314 W Baltimore 
Janney Wm. J., c Bowly's whf and 

Pratt 
JOHNSON W. R., 38 S Charles. 

(See advertisement.) 
King Solomon, 1 S Calvert 



G. & N. POPPLEIN, JR., 

AND 

BALTIMORE STJPEEIOE FLINT AND EMERY PAPER. 
IMPORTERS OF LAKES, CARMINES, AND VERMILIONS. 

Manufacturers' Agents for the Sale of "White Lead, Oils, Var- 
nishes. Window Glass, Paint Brushes, &c. 

All of -which are offered to the Trade at New York Prices. OfBce and 
Factory, 

JVo, 50 J%'*orth St., Baiiintore. 

W. R. JOHNSON, 

SUCCESSOR TO HOLLINGSWORTH & JOHNSON. 
WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

f 



AND CONFECTIONERS' GLASSWARE, 

T¥o. 38 8outh Charles Street, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

MONKTON DYBWOOD MILLS. 

R. J. BAKER, 

IMPOKTER AND MANUFACTURER OE 

§^tmaA$, iM«i«fl Sfugis, (Bmtt^ ^mtv, &(., 

USED BY 

Woollen, Cotton, Soap, and Paper Manufacturers, Tanners, Leather 
and Morocco Dressers, Machinists, and Dyers. 

36 SOUTH CHARLiUS STREET, 

BALTIMORE. 



DRUGGISTS, RETAIL. 



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LARRABEE EPHRADI & SONS, 

LABORATORY OF 

THOMSONIAN BOTANIC 
MEDICINES, 

20 S. CALVERT, 

Proprietors of Larrabee's Pain 

Killer. 

Ober & Co., 29 Hanover 

SMITH J. IRWIN, 152 Pratt st 
whf. Manufacturer and Whole- 
sale Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, 
Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass, 
Putty, Varnishes, Perfumery, 
Patent Medicines, &c. 

STABLER F. & COALE, Baltimore 
c Sharp 

VOGELER A'. & CO., 5 S Liberty 

Walker, Richardson & Co., 39 S 
Charles 

Druggists, RetaiL 

Andrews & Thompson, 5 W Balti- 
more 

Ash & Russell, Caroline c Orleans 

Balmer James, Baltimore N E c 
High 

Baxey J. B., 138 N Howard 

Benson Philander V., Hollins c 
Oregon 

Biede A., Broadway c Alice Anna 

Bode Wm., 120 S Front 

Boewing Charles, 1 Boston 

Boucsein L., 125 E Pratt 

Bowers J. W., S W c Baltimore and 
Schroeder 

Bowling J. Wm, & Bro., Madison 
av c Biddle 

BRACK C. E., 17 Brown 

Caspari Chas. i Wm., Pennsylvania 
av c Biddle and 44 N Gay 

Caspari & Co., Baltimore c Calhoun 



Coleman & Rogers, 173 W Balti- 
more 

Coskery Henry J., Fayette c St. 
Paul 

CoxE. Gover&Co., 511 W Balti- 
more 

Creek J. W., 99 North 

Cruikshank J. A., 173 Penn. av 

Cunningham Wm. C, Central av o 
Monument 

Duhurst C. H., 27 W Pratt 

Duke A. W., Eager c Harford av 

ELLIOTT H. A. & BROS., S E c 
Lexington and Pine 

Ely William T., Saratoga c Calvert 

Evans C. A., Ann c Alice Anna 

Evans Chas. H., Mulberry c Chata- 
worth 

EWING DR. JAMES H., Apothe- 
cary AND Druggist, 280 W Bal- 
timore 

Fleming Dr. J. K., Fayette c Pop- 
pleton 

Fleming W. S., 440 W Baltimore 

Frames James P. & Brother, N W 
c Gay and Aisqmth 

Gosman Adam J., N E c Baltimore 
and Gay 

Hancock John F., N W c Balti- 
more and Caroline 

HARRIS & CO., N E c Eutaw and 
Saratoga, Dealers in Fancy Goods, 
Soaps, Perfumery, Tooth Brushes. 
&c. 

Harrison & Co. , Saratoga c Eutaw 

Hasenbalg H., Broadway c Canton 
av 

Hassencamp F., 73 Hanover 

Healy James E., N W c Baltimore 
and Eden 

Hillyard Dr. B. R., 538 W Balti- 
more 

Horn Phillip, S E c Hanover and 
Lombard 

Jennings N. Hynson & Co., 88 N 
Charles 

Johnson J. G. & Bro., 657 W Balti- 
more 

Keyser Moses, 231 W Pratt 



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Koechling H. M., 95 S Broadway 
Laroque John M., 20 W Baltimore 
Leibig G. A., 67 S Gay 
Lemmon J. H., 659 W Baltimore 
Macpherson Samuel, 56 N Charles 
MEDINGER EDWARD G., form- 
erly Medinger & Co., N E c Ais- 
quith and Monument 
Metzger F., N W c Gay and Exeter 
Micheau T. J., 249 S Howard 
Monsarrat Oscar, 113 S Broadway 
Mone & Dieffenbach, Hanover c 

Hill 
Nicholls W. J., Biddle c Ross 
Noelle Chas. <fe Son, 118 S Broadway 
Ohlendorf J. C. 84 N Howard 
Orrick W. K., S W c Park and Fay- 
ette 
Perkins Elisha H., S E c Baltimore 

and Green 
Perkins James H. & Co., 136 N 

Howard 
Perkins J. F. & Brc, Green c Frank- 
lin 
Phillip L., 321 W Pratt 
Pitt Thomas J., Pratt c High 
Read John W., 96 S Broadway 
Read W. H., 63 S Broadway 
Bobbins Amos, 245 Light 
Roberts Joseph, Greenmount av 
Robinson N. N., N Wc Gay and 

Saratoga 
ROSS JAMES F., S E c Baltimore 

and Republican 
Russell Eugene J., Ann c Canton 

av 
Sappington Richard, 132 N Gay 
Seelbach W., 455 W Baltimore 
Sharp D., S W c Pratt and Howard 
Smith J. Jacob, N E c Eutaw and 

Lexington 
Stehl August, N E c Gay and Mott 
Stehl John, 31 N Eutaw 
Sweetser & Co., N E c Charles and 

Pratt 
TURNER J. H., 116 N Green 
Wagner C. A., 310 N Gay 
Webster William, Charles c Lee 
Weineburg Wm., 229 Montgomery 



Willis Richard, 353 W Lombard 
Winter Jonas, S E c Baltimore 

and Caroline 
WISEMAN MRS. CHARLES, 
apothecary and druggist, Balti- 
more c Fremont 
Wolf G. W., 100 W Lexington 
WOODS & RUSSELL, PHARMA- 
CEUTISTS and dealers in 
Drugs, Chemicals, &c., 354 
W Baltimore op Eutaw Housa 
Wroth E. W.. 108 Richmond 

Drum Maker. 

Sauer Francis, 98 W Baltimora 

Dry Goods Commission 
Merchants. 

Aldridge & Brewer, 5 German 
BARRY JOHN S. & CO., 20 Hano- 



BREHME 0. & CO., 

DRY GOODS IMPORTERS 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

12 Hanover. 

BROWN ROBT. D. & CO., 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

AND 

IMPORTERS OF IRISH LINENS, 

2 German St., Baltimore. 



CAMPBELL, ROSS & CO., 24 

Hanover 
Close & Brother, 4 German 
Criss M., 1 Hanover 



DRY GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



9S 



DALL AUSTIN & CO., 

DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

22 Hanover Street. 



DRYDEN R. W. & SON, 

DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

14 and 16 German 

ROBERT W. DRYDEN. 

J. MEREDITH DRTDEN. 

Eaton Bros. & Co., 13 S Charles 
Frank Simon & Co., German c Ha- 
nover 
Frick George P., 2 German 
GARY JAMES S. & SON, 24 Ger- 
man 
Goodwin Thomas, 12 Hanover 

LONEY B. S. & W. A. & CO., 

DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
11 and 13 German. 

Makepeace & Co., 1 and 3 German 

MIDDLETON & WARFIELD, 

Commission Merchants. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

DKY aOODS, 

7 German Street, Baltimore. 



MILNOR J. N. L., 
DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, ' 

5 S Charles St., Baltimore. 

Murdoch Alex. & Co., 14 S Charles 
Norris & Baldwin, 19 German 
Peirce Wm. H., 9 German 
Peirson & Randall, 10 S Charles 



RIACH & MURDOCH, 

DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

15 S Charles Street. 



RICE, CHASE & CO., DRY GOODS 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
10 and 12 German St., Baltimore, 
and 43 Park Place, New York. 

Slothower, Mathews & Co., 17 Ger- 
man 



TURNBULL, SLADE & CO., 

11 S Charles Street, 

Baltimore, Md., 

and 38 Park Place, 

New York. 



WARTMAN M., 17 German 
Woodward, Baldwin & Co., 9 and 

11 Hanover 
Wyman, Byrd & Co., 16 Hanover 



DRY GOODS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS. 

HOBLITZELL JAS. H., 

IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 



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Dry Goods, Importers and 
Jobbers. 



BEYAN S. & CO., 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

JDKY GOODS, 

279 "W Baltimore Street. 

SAMUEL BEVAN. WM. A. WILLIAB. 
EDGAR G. MILLER. 



BREHME 0. & CO., 12 Hanover 
Brooks, Fahnestock & Co., 345 W 
Baltimore, and 66 German 



CAMPBELL EOSS & CO., 

IMPORTERS OP 

DEY GOODS, 

24 Hanorer Street, Baltimore. 

BOSB CAMPBELL. 

PRANCIS L. REED. 

COHEN MOSES, 

IMPORTER AND JOBBER. 

DOMESTIC GOODS, 

SHAWLS, CLOAKS, 

DRESS GOODS, &c. &c. 

269 W Baltimore Street. 
Dean William A., 236 W Baltimore 



AND 

FANCY ARTICLES, 

273 W Baltimore Street, between 
Hanover and Sharp. 

Holliday Daniel, 5 Hanover 
Hopkins & Co., 258 W Baltimore 
Howard Geo. W. & Co., 351 W Bal- 
timore, and 64 German 



HURST & CO., 
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 

OP 

DRY GOODS, 

241 W Baltimore, bet Charles and 
Hanover. 

"WM. B. HURST. JOHN E. HURST. 
L. B. PURNELL. 



MILLER DANIEL & CO., 
IMPORTERS 

AND -WHOLESALE DEALERS IM 

AMERICAN, ENGLISH, 
SWISS, GERMAN, and 
FRENCH DRY GOODS, 

329 W Baltimore, and 44 German. 

DANIEL MILLER. JNO. M. MILLER. 

Taylor Henry S., 243 W Baltimore 



DRY GOODS, RETAIL. 



95 



WHITELEY BROTHER & CO., 
Importers and Jobbers of 
DRY GOODS, 281 W Baltimore 

Dry Goods, Refinishers. 

Smith Thomas, 9 McClellan's al 

Dry Goods, Retail. 

{See also Trimmings & Dry Goods, 
Retail.) 

Adler Julius, 210 S Broadway 
Adler M., 195 S Broadway 

AKERS EDWIN, 

Jobber and Retailer of 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



DRY GOODS 



138 W Lexington, and 23 Marion, 
bet Liberty and Howard. 



Akers Mrs. S. R., 216 Biddle 
Bachsarach A., 77 Ensor 
BAMBERGER BROTHERS, Deal- 
ers in Staple & Domestic DRESS 
TRIMxMINGS, HOSIERY, 
GLOVES, Mitts, Embroideries, 
and Fancy Goods, 147 W Lexing- 
ton. 
BARRUS G. W., 211 W Baltimore 
Bell Mrs. T., 43 N Fremont 
Behrends C, 152 W Lexington 
BENZINGER <fc RENEHAU, 61 N 

Howard 
Blumenthal B. P., 156 W Lexington 
Bopp Lawrence, 413 Light 
Brandes F. F., 27 E Pratt 
Brannon Miss S., 6 Mosher 
Broadbent A. G. & Co., 18 N Charles 
Brown Jacob, 215 Hanover 
Brown M. & S., 155 S Broadway 
Brumwell A., 143 Columbia 
BRYAN SAMUELL. &CO.,221W 

Baltimore 
Bucksbaum G., 194 S Broadway 
Binswanger E., 766 W Baltimore 



Byrn William, 163 N Gay 
Chism Richard, 229 W Lexington 
Christopher R. W., 164 W Lexing- 
ton 
COALE E. H., 67 W Lexington 
Cohen Moses, 183 W Lexington 
Collison T. W., Ann c Lombard 
COW^MAN M. & CO., 71 W Lexing- 
ton 
Curry Francis, 102 Bank 
Darling Taylor F., 157 Forrest 
Davies Wm., 81 N Howard 
Deems Mrs. S., 193 Conway 
Dixson Mrs. Jane E., 716 W Balti- 
more 
Dogged Martin, 141 Central av 
Dorritee M. & D., 223 W Lexington 
Dowling Elizabeth, 262 N Gay 
Dugan Osborn J., Gay c High 
Eachu? E., S W c Pratt &. Hanorer 
EICHELBERGER J. , S W c Charles 
and Hamburg. Dry Goods and 
Notions always on hand. 
Fay Henry, 48 A 50 Centre mkt spac» 
Felber Louis, 217 S Broadway 
Fenby T., 141 N Gay 
Floss Sarah, 196 S Broadway 
Frank David, 195 N Gay 
Fuldo B. S., Ann c Pratt 
Furlong M. A., 27 E Baltimore 
Gaopp!e Henry, 168 S Eutaw 
Garrett J. P., 212 Hanover 
George Mrs. M. L., 92 Richmond 
Getty James, S E c Gay and Front 
Goldsmith Mrs. Rachel, N E c Gay 

and Chew 
Goldsmith Reuben, 208 Alice Anna 
Grauer J., 159 N Gay 
Greenbaum Isaac & Son, 200 S 

Broadway 
Greenbaum S., 204 S Broadway 
Greenstein Simon, 190 S Broadway 
Guy Robert J., 122 W Lexington 
Guyton & Hyde, 62 Hanover 
Hall Mrs. F., 226 E Lombard 
Hamburger A., 181 N Gay 
Hamburger Mrs. E., 123 E Pratt 
Hammerslough John, S Eden c 
Pratt 



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DRY GOODS, RETAIL. 



EAMMERSLOUGH LEWIS, Retail 
Dealer in STAPLE and FANCY 
DRY GOODS, LACES, FRINGES 
and GIMPS ; also Cloaks, Man- 
tillas, and Furs always kept on 
hand and made to order. Cloths, 
Cassimeres, Testings, Domestics, 
Gloves, Merinos, French Worked 
Collars and Satins, Silks, Laces, 
Lawns, Barege.-;, Cashmeres, Mous. 
D'Laines, Alpacas, Handkerchiefs, 
Plain and Embroidered, Hosiery, 
Ac. &c , 155 W Lexington. 
Harper Mrs., 67 N Eutaw 
Harris Beulah, 140 W Lexington 
Hartz Sampson, 197 N Gay 
Harvey Joshua, N W c Pratt and 

Hanover 
Hayward Elizabeth, 47 S Liberty 
Hecht Samuel, 148 S Broadway 
Hess M., 39 N Howard 
Herold Frederick, 183 S Sharp 
Hineman Trueman, 106 S Caroline 
HITZELBERGER MRS. F., 336 N 

Gay 
HimmelL., 285 N Gay 
Hines Julius, 153 and 155 N Gay 
Holdefer Mrs. Margaret, 117 Eastern 

av 
Horn John W., Ill S Broadway 
Horner Wm., 79 N Howard 
Hosbach F., 643 W Baltimore 
Howell W. P., 37 E Baltimore 
Hunckey Mrs. D., 134 Harford av 
Hyde Miss E., 175 Montgomery 
Johnson Mrs. M., 78 Pine 
Kadz Henry, 228 S Broadway 
Kann S., 156 S Broadway 
KERNGOOD & BRO., 537 and 699 

W Baltimore 
KEYSER MOSES, 231 Pratt c Sharp 
Lamb Mrs. E., 75 N Fremont 
Lauer Henrj', 169 N Gay 
Lawn Mrs. M. A., 238 N Gay 
LETCHER DAVID, 78 Hanover 
Lieblich M., 151 W Lexington 
LINDEMAN JOHN, 173 E Balti- 
more 
LIPSCHUETZ L., 349 N Gaj c 



Monument, Dealer in Dry Good?, 
Shawls, Hoop Skirts, Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods, Hosiery, Notions, 
&c. 
McCaffertyM. C, 144 W Lexington 
McNutt Mrs. R., 44 N Green 
Macks Isaac, 165 N Gay 
MAILHOUSE E., 149 S Broadway 
Mailhouse Joseph J., 124 S Broad- 
way 
Malone E., 158 W Lexington 
MAIvCH & McNEALLY, 76 Hano- 
ver 
Marshall Mrs. J., Ill E Pratt 
Meloney Mrs. M., 106 W Lexington 
Merriken Wm. & George, 1 Water 
Meyer M. D,, 143 N Gay 
Meyer Mrs. B., 215 E Pratt 
Meyer Philip, 189 N Gay 
MILLIKEN R. H., 195 W Balti- 
more 
MOONEY MICHAEL E., 231 Light 
Moore Mrs.-M., 27 Douglass 
Nachman Abraham, 161 N Gay 
Nachman Adolph. 139 N Gay 
NEAL GEORGE H. C, 97 W Bal- 
timore, (See advertisement, p. 5, 
back of book.) 
Negengerd Fred. A., 167 N Gay 
Noah B., 188 S Broadway 
Nusbaum Henry, 206 S Broadway 
Oppenheim E., 250 S Charles 
Oppenheim H., Canton c Chappel 
Perkins & Co., 6 N Charles 
Rider Moses, 235 W Lexington 
Rider S., 25 N Eutaw 
ROMM NICHOLAS, 433 W Bal- 
timore 
Rose Jacob, 170 W Lexington 
Rosenblatt Samuel, Aisquith a 

Hull's la 
Rosenbaum Elias, 154 W Lexington 
Rothchild R., 745 W Baltimore 
Royston Brothers, 81 W Baltimore 
Salomon M., 653 W Baltimore 
Seliger Joel, 13 E Baltimore 
Seliger Joseph, 27 W Baltimor* 
Schaub Henry, 242 S Charles 
Schoolhouse Daniel, 28 E Pratt 



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Scott John, 106 Richmond 
Scherwood Mrs. R., 39 E Baltimore 
Shumway Thomas S., 56 Hanover 
Silbereisens Mrs. E., ]8 E Pratt 
Simon H., 149 W Lexington 
Snettinger Samuel, 74 Camden 
Snodheimer B., 20 Eden 
Stern Henry Aisquith c Madison 
Stern Simon, 192 S Broadway 
Strautman John, 307 N Gay 
Sultzbacher A. B., 176 W Lexing- 
ton 
Taylor Mrs. Jane, 208 Hanover 
THOMAS BENJAMIN, 253 E Bal- 
timore c Bond. Dealer in Fancy 
AND Staple Dry Goods. 
Uhler Geo. W., 170 Franklin 
Volkmar Henrv, 549 W Baltimore 
Webster E., 233 W Lexington 
Weisler Abraham, 260 Alice Anna 
Weglein Louis, 67 W Baltimore 
Wolff Mrs. U. S., 233 W Pratt 
Wright Mrs. Sarah, 248 W Lexing- 
ton 
Zoellinger George, 100 S Broadway 
Zorn Adam, 580 N Gay 

Dry Goods, "Wholesale. 

BARRUS G. W., 211 W Baltimore. 
CASH HOUSE, FANCY AND 
STAPLE DRY GOODS. One 
Price. 
Bird J. Edward, Agt., 213 W Bal- 
timore 
Bird S. L & Co., 57 N Howard 
Bruflf John W. & Co., 245 W Balti- 
more 
DEVRIES, STEPHENS A CO., 312 

W Baltimore 
Easter, Hamilton & Co., 199, 201, 

and 203 W Baltimore 
Getty James, 67 N Howard 
GUSDORFF ALEXANDER, 655 W 

Baltimore 
HAMILTON BROS. & CO., 24 South 
Heilbrun M., 52 Hanover 
McGinniss C. G., 65 W Baltimore 
Merrefield Joseph, 258 W Baltimore 
9 



NEAL GEORGE H. C, 97 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement, p. 
5, back of book.) 

ROYSTON BROTHERS, 81 W Bal- 
timore. "Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in French, British, and 
American Dry Goods, Carpet- 
ings. House and Ship Furnishing 
Goods. 



SIMON CHARLES, 

DRY GOODS. 



63 N. HOWARD ST. 



STRAUSS BROTHERS, 54 Han- 
over and 649 W Baltimore. 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 
DRY GOODS, FASHIONABLE 
MILLINERY, AND FANCY 
GOODS. 

Sutherland, Geo. A., 85 W Balti- 
more 

Dyers. 

(See also Scourers.) 

Bandel Geo. M., 187 E Baltimore 
Bineleweld Louis, 211 W Fayetta 
BONHEIM M., 150 S Eutaw 
BURTON THOS. C, 121 W Lex- 
ington 
Caldwell D., 6 N High 
Cosar Nathan, 32 Hanover 
Drexel & Co., 52 W Fayette 
FEUILLAN & DANDELET (Sue- 
cessors to F. Guerand). From 
Paris. French Steam Dyers and 
Scourers, 124 N Howard 
Fisher Brothers, 139 W Fayette 
FISHER THOMAS, 10 S Calvert. 
Steam Dyeing and Scouring 
Establishment. 



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Galloway Mrs. J., 123^ W Lexing- 
ton 

Haultsicli John, 33 W Lombard 

HULSE JAMES H., 463 W Balti- 
more, 269 W Pratt, and 70 N 
Eutaw 

Hulse John, Holliday c Saratoga 

Kernals Charles, 37 Harrison 

MEINETSBERGER STEPHEN, 24 
S Sharp six doors below German. 
French Scourer and Tailor. 

NEW YORK STEAM DYEING 
AND SCOURING ESTABLISH- 
MENT. Office 121 W Lexington, 
two doors from Park. SILK AND 
WOOLLEN GOODS Dyed aiid 
Refinished in the best manner. 
THOS. C. BURTON, Proprietor. 

Nolen M., 34 German 

Polack M., 81 Gough 

Seabrook T., 29 Balderston 

Semrad A., 25 W Fayette 

Wetter W., 9 Clay 

WillaxM., 288 N Gay 

Wylies S. F. & J. H., 142 W Lex- 
ington 

DyestufFs and Chemicals. 

{See also Chemists, Manufactttr- 

ING.) 

BAKER R. J., 36 S Charles. (See 
advertisement op Druggists.) 

Edge Tool Makers. 

Baker & Brown, 10 W Pratt 
Helmers John, 250 W Pratt. (Shoe- 
maker's Tools.) 
Hudgins John, 27 W Pratt. (Tool 

Dresser.) 
Kidd Charles, 400 W Pratt 
Miller G. W., 7 Camden 
Monroe Henry, 13 Concord 
Ross Joseph, 79 N Front. (Awl 

and Needle.) 
Solze J. A., 312 W Pratt. (Shoe- 
maker's Tools.) 

Electrotypers. 
Ryan <fc Rickets, 114 W Baltimore 



Embroidery Stampers, 

Bentley P., 48 E Baltimore 
Gunthers Chas., 26 E Baltimore 
Hedges Mrs. E., 180 Madison av 
Moissonnier Mad., 49 E Baltimore 
Scott James, 546 W Baltimore and 
46 N Green 

*Embroidering. 

Wagner Mrs. A. & Schroeder, 113 
W Lexington 

Engineer. 

Goodwin H. S., Northern Central R 
R, 47 N Calvert 

Engineers, Civil. 

Clarkson Jos. & Sons, 75 N Front 
Lumley D. T., 63 Second 
MARTENET S. J., 6 South 
MURRAY. CLARK, THORNTON 
& CO., 42 and 44 York. (See ad- 
vertisement inside back cover.) 
POTTS R. C, 62'. W Baltimore 
SHIPLEY WM. H., 48 Lexington 
TEMPLEMAN R. W., 48 Lexington 
TEMPLEMAN R. W. & WM. H. 

SHIPLEY, 48 Lexington 
Wells J. & Sons, 136 Eastern av 

Engineers, Mechanical. 

POTTS R. C, Mechanical Ensji- 
neer, 62.^ W Baltimore. DAVI- 
SON, DICKINSON & CO., Civil, 
Mining and Mechanical Engi- 
neers, 229 Broadway, New York. 
Plans and Specifications fur- 
nished and Estimates procured 
for all kinds of Machinery, and 
Superintended during Construc- 
tion. Gas Works erected on the 
most approved Plans. New and 
Second Hand Machinery con- 
stantly on hand. Steam Engines, 
Boilers, Locomotive and Car 
Builders' Supplies, &g. &c. Hen- 
ry J. Davison. MecJumical En- 
gtjieer. P. P. Dickinson, Civil 
and Mi'ui7ig E?igineer. 



FAN 



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Engineer, Mining. 
POTTS R. C, 62i W Baltimore 

Engravers and Die Sinkers. 
Koehler F. X.. 11 W Liberty 
Pilkinton James E., 83 Exchange pi 

Engravers, General. 

ANDERSON JAMES M. <fc SON, 
148 W Baltimore. CARD EN- 
GRAVER AND PLATE PRIN- 
TER. 

BROSS EDWARD, 149 W Lom- 
bard. (See advertisement, p. 1, 
back of book.) 

Merriken Frank, 159 W Baltimore 

Engravers, "Wood. 
Ehlers John D., Baltimore c South 

Expresses. 

ADAMS' EXPRESS CO., 164 W 
Baltimore. (See advertisement 
inside back cover.) 
AMERICAN EUROPEAN EX- 
PRESS, 29.3 W Baltimore c Sharp 
HARDEN EXPRESS, 293 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 
REID & CO., 116 S Eutaw 
Renshaw Joseph, 77 N Calvert 
Southern Express Co., 50 S Howard 

Fancy Goods, Importers 
and Jobbers. 

ALBERTI H. F. &C0., Importers 
OF GERMAN, FRENCH, and 
ENGLISH FANCY GOODS. 6 and 
8 S Liberty. Henry F. Alberti, 
Chas. Deliuz, Henry A. D. Brink. 

Bamberger David, 43 and 45 N 
Howard 

Bennett E., 326 W Baltimore 

CANFIELD BROTHER &, CO., 229 
W Baltimore c Charles. (See 
advertisement inside back cover.) 

Chance Jas. R., 220 W Baltimore 



Cucle, Sickel & Co., 285 W Balti- 

more 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 
DIGGS JOHN R., 219 "W. Balti- 
more, Cutlery, Combs, Brushes, 
Morocco Bags, Carpet Bags, 
Portmonnaies, Work Boxes, Writ- 
ing Desks, Jewelry, Chessmen, 
Dominoes, Baskets, Vases, Mu- 
sical Instruments, Bird Cages, 
Fans, Toys, <tc. 
DROST & SUTRO, 253 W Balti- 

more 
HOBLITZELL JAS. H., 273 W 

Baltimore 
Horner E. R., 316 W Baltimore 
Horner John A., 306 W Baltimore 
JOHNSON W. R., 38 S Charles. 

(See advertisement.) 
JORDAN & ROSE, 1 N Howard 
I LORD CHARLES W., 88 and 90 
W Lombard 
McLaughlin James H., 138 W Pratt 
MAYER & BROTHER, 4 N Howard, 
op Howard House. Importers 
and Jobbers of German, English, 
and French Fancy goods and 
notions 
Mortimer & Mowbray, 240 W Balti- 
more 
OBERNDORF JULIUS, Jobber in 
AUCTION GOODS, Hosiery, 
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Skirts, 
&c., 228 W Baltimore 
OHLENDORF WILLIAM G., 86 
N Howard, two doors ab Saratoga, 
Importer and Dealer in Fancy 
and Variety Goods, Hosiery, 
Gloves, Undershirts, Drawers, 
Suspenders, Yarns, Worsteds, 
Combs, Brushes, Buttons, Porte- 
monnaies. Cutlery, Toys, &g. 
Passano Leonard, 268 W Baltimore 
POULSON A. W.. 319 W Baltimore 
Seim M. J., Ill N Howard 
SCHWERDTMAN & CO., 7 and 9 
N Howard and 133 W Baltimore 



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SCHWERDTMA^N & CO., 
IMPORTERS 

OF 

TOYS AND FANCY GOODS, 

STORES 

7 and 9 N. Howard. 

SPILKER CHARLES & CO., 10 
Hanover 

STEINBACH GEO. P., 79 "W Bal- 
timore, Importer, Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in Fancy Goods, 
Toys, and Baskets, Musical in- 
struments, Perfumery, Portemon- 
naies, Cutlery, Brushes, Combs, 
Work Boxes, Beads, Canes, 
China Ware, Children's Gigs, 
Hobby Horses, &c. &c. 

Swayne B. B., 37 N Charles 

Werdebaugh H. J. & Co., 292 W 
Baltimore 

Fancy Goods, Retail. 

{See also Variety Stores.) 
Cappan C, 673 W Baltimore 
Elliott Edward, 126 W Lexington 
Gardner James, 64 Ensor 
Gems Mrs. Ellen R., 652 W Balti- 

more 
Gutman J., 29 N Eutaw 
Hartman Mrs. A., Lexington mkt 
Hersberg & Co., 175 N Gay 
KRESSE CHARLES, 201 S Broad- 
way * 
Larupp Mrs. A., Lexington mkt 
McComas Mrs. A., 190 Madison av 
Moriarty Miss Ann, 66 W Lexing- 
ton 
OHLENDORF WILLIAM G., 86 

N Howard 
Passano Leonard, 52 Centre mkt 

space 
Sarlous Mrs. E., Eutaw c Lexington 
Sheehy Miss M., 190 W Lexington 



Stern H., S Charles c Hill 
White & Weishampel, 488 W Balti- 
more 
Wilson M. A., 182 W Lexington 
Young Mrs. R., 78 W Lexington 

Fertilizers. 

{See also GuANO.) 
DUGDALE GEORGE, 105 Smith's 

whf, Phosphate of Lime 
GRIFFITH ROMULUS R., Office- 
No 84 Exchange Place, S E c Lom- 
bard & South, Warehouse No 3 
O'Donnell's whf. Manufacturer 
and Dealer in all kinds of FER- 
TILIZING MANURES, and 
General Agent of all such arti- 
cles, and Sole Agentfor the Cele- 
brated FISH GUANO, prepared 
by the QUINNIPIAC CO., goods 
for all soils and all crops. 
Reese John S. & Co., 71 South 
RHODES B. M. & CO., Manufac- 
turers OF RHODES' STAND- 
ARD SUPER ^PHOSPHATE, 
Dealers in GUANOS, GROUND 
BONE PLASTER, &c., Office 
and Warehouse, 82 SOUTH St., 
BOWLY'S whf. (See advertise- 
ment outside front cover.) 
Turner J. J. & F., 42 W Pratt 
WHITELOCK W. & CO., 44 South, 
Proprietors of WHITE- 
LOCK'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE 
OF LIME, Dealers in Field 
Seeds, Guanos, and all Ap- 
proved Fertilizers, Cement, 
&c 
WHITMAN E. & SONS, 22 and 24 
S Calvert 

File Makers. 

{See also Edge Tools ; also Saw 

Makers.) 
Jervis James, 70 Washington 
Jervis William, 197 Montgomery, 

(Cutter) 
Resting P., 87 N Front 
Rudolph Christian, 154 East 



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Fire Bricks. 

{See also Brick Dealers.) 
Berry John S. & George, Sharp c 

Montgomery 
PERINE M. '& SONS, 711 and 713 

W Baltimore 

Fire Engine Builders. 
(See also Steam Engine Build- 

RODGERS JOHN & SON, 48 and 
54 N High 

Fish Dealers, Retail. 

(See also Provision Dealers.) 
Abbey Jacob, 19 Centre mkt 
Carnes Rebecca, Lexington mkt, 

and 29 Centre mkt 
Coleman Mary, Lexington mkt 
Conover Esther, Centre mkt 
Conover Geo., 21 Fell's Point mkt 
Davis Thomas, 14 Fell's Point mkt 
Donaldson Martha, 23 Centre mkt 
Dryden Alex., Lexington mkt 
Freburger Jacob, Lexington mkt, 

and 10 FelUs Point mkt 
Galloway Mrs. A., 19 Centre mkt 
Gill Mrs. A., 31 Centre mkt 
Henry Mrs. Nancy, Lexington m^kt 
Hill Elizabeth. 5 Hollins mkt 
Holeman May, 25 Centre mkt 
Holmes Thomas, Centre mkt 
Hopkins Martha,22 Fell's Point mkt 
Hulse Mrs. E., Lexington mkt 
Jenkins John H., Lexington mkt 
Kething Catharine, 27 Hollins mkt 
Ketering Mrs. C, 211 and 213 Han- 
over mkt 
Leach Elizabeth, Bellair mkt 
Leach E., 27 Centre mkt 
Leach Wm., 110 Fell's Point mkt 
Love & Goode, Lexington mkt 
Low Catharine, Lexington mkt 
McBourn Mary, Centre mkt 
Morton Mary A., 13 Centre mkt 
Norton Mary Ann, Lexington mkt 
Pearce Sarah, Lexington mkt 
Price Sarah, Lexington mkt 
Rogers Ann, Centre mkt 

9* 



Seabold Michael, Lexington mkt 
Sessions A. E^., 6 Fell's Point mkt 
SESSIONS & CO., Hanover mkt, 

Centre mkt and Lexington mkt 
Shangery Margaret, Lexington mkt 
Sheneey Margaret, Centre mkt 
Sheppard Ellen, Lexington mkt 
Sheppard & Jones, Centre mkt 
Smith Wm. J., Lexington mkt 
Snider Hannah, Lexington mkt 
Toundsand Edward A. & Co., Lex- 
ington mkt 
Treeberger Jacob, Centre mkt 
Turner & Cogginsons, Lexington 

mkt 
Walker S., 15 and 17 Centre mkt 
Wiley Wm., 12 Fell's Point mkt 
Williams B. A., Centre mkt 

Fish Dealers, "Wholesale. 

{See also Provision Dealers.) 
GRIFFITH R. R.,Jr.,14 Commerce, 
wholesale dealer in MACKEREL, 
HERRING, HAKE, COD and 
SALMON, and Receiver of 
Western Produce on Consign- 
ment. 
Palmer, Edward L. <fc Co., 15 Bow- 

Iv's whf 
POPE F. F., 85 South bel Pratt, 
COMMISSION MERCHANT & 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
DEALER IN MACKEREL HER- 
RING, CODFISH AND OTHER 
FISH. 
Post J. & W. W., 43 South 
Purington Z. S., 39 and 41 W Pratt 
Sellman Alexander, 156 W Pratt 

and 2 Ellicott 
SHURTZ W. D. & CO., 11 Com- 

mere© 
YOSBURGH & CO., 72 South and 
8 Bowly's whf 

Flag Makers. 

LOANE J.W., 67 W Pratt, Marine, 
National and Fancy Flag 
Manufacturers 

MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Baltimore 



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THE NATIONAL 

FLAG STORE, 

UNITED STATES 

SILK AND BUNTING 



OF ALL SIZES, 
Constantly on hand. 

Regimental and Company FLAGS 
for presentation, made to order 

at short notice. 
FLAG SILK, BUNTING, GILT 
AND SILK FLAG TASSELS, 
GILT SPEARS, POLES, BELTS 
AND COVERS SUPPLIED. MIL- 
ITARY GOODS &G. 

SISCO BROTHERS, 
95 W Baltimore street, 
opposite Holiday street. 

Flour Commission Mer- 
chants. 

{See also Mii.t,iERS, Merchant.) 
BERRY J. THOMAS, 28 S Howard 
DARE, SPROSTON & CO., 95 S 

Charles. 
EHRMAN GEO. M., N W c How- 
ard and Pratt 
FOWLER, ZEIGLER & CO., 91 & 

9.3 S Charles 
Hinks C. D. & Co., 41 S Howard 
KAHLER ADAM, 2 S Eutaw 
Newcomer & Co., 26 & 43 S Howard 
STONEBRAKER & CO., 53 and 55 
S Howard 

Flour Mills. 

{See also Millers, Merchant.) 

Abbott E. A. & Sons, City Block, 

n Falls av 
HOOPER JAMES & SONS, 15 

Spear's whf 
Huntington, V. V. Klinefelter & 

Co., 202 W Falls av 
MACTIER SAMUEL, 6 Spear's whf 
Warden J. & H., ft Smith's whf 
Warfield Daniel & Son, North 



Flour and Feed. 

Bach Adam, Lexington mkt, Ster- 
ling c Aisquith, and 110 Centre 
mkt 
Bell John H., 530 W Baltimore 

and 133 Centre mkt 
Brown M. J. & W. A., 11 W Pratt 
BROWNE & RONEY, 67 S Gay, 
commission merchants and dea- 
lers in FLOUR, GRAIN, GUA- 
NO, SEEDS, CORN MEAL, 
MILL FEED, BALED HAY & 
STRAW, Split Peas, Beans,Lime, 
Plaster, &c 
Bowen Solomon, 855 W Baltimore, 
Lexington mkt, and 38 and 40 
Hollins mkt 
Bubert John D., 101 S Charles 
Classen. H. 145 S Sharp 
Clemm J. E. <fe Co., 73 South 
Com J., Frederick av 
Corn and Flour Exchange, South 

c Wood 
Corner S , 11 Spear's whf 
Cullum Nelson 13 W Lombard 
Cunningham W. H., Ensorc East 
Diggs R. H. & Son, 258 S Caroline 
DORSEY WM. A., 68 South 
Ehrman Geo. M., N W c Pratt and 

Howard 
Evans George, 802 W Baltimore 
GIESE J. HENRY, 21 Spear's whf 
GOVER & GARDNER, 13 Com- 

HiGrc© 
GROVE & NIELSON,] 32 N Howard 
GROVERMAN A., Jr., 374 W 

Baltimore 
GROVERxMAN H., Jr., 545 W 

Baltimore. Flour and Feed. 
Haines Ephraim, 110 N Howard 
Haneman R., N E c Gay and Eden 
Hausenwald John H., 3 Penn. av 
Hestry S., Front c Hillen 
Hobbs R., 167 Hollins 
Hussey Martin, 38 E Pratt 
JEBB HENRY, 52 S Charles, 
Dealer in Flour, Corn Meal, and 
all kinds of Mill Feed, Corn, 
Oats, Bale Hay, Straw, <fcc. &c. 



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JOHNSTON JAMES, N E c Calvert 

and Centre 
KhuUer Martin, 188 Columbia 
■Klinefelter & Bro., 180 Light st whf 
Leabold Margaret, 187 Centre mkt 
Lee James F., 123 McElderry's whf 
Logan James & Son, 77 McElderry's 

whf 
LOGUE JAMES, 118 N Howard 
McDonald P. M., c McElderry's 

whf and Pratt 
McGill Patrick, 410 W Baltimore 
Mabbett M., 146 Franklin 
M ACTIER SAMUEL,8 Spear's whf. 

Miller and Wholesale Dealer in 

Flour of all brands. 
MARTIN ALLEN, 44 Tyson 
Meehan Patrick, N E c Gay and 

Madison 
Misch F., Lexington mkt 
Murray John, 365 W Baltimore 
Nixon John, 181 Centre mkt 
Pabst Andrew, 139 N Howard 
Pentland Robert F., 204 N Gay 
Picker J. C, Agt., 4 Pennsylvania 

av 
PLACK GEORGE, 376 Light 
Plack Louis, 218 S Sharp 
QUINEAN JOS.E.& CO., 39 Penn av 
Quinlan John F. & Son, 149 N Gay 
Quinn Joseph, Lexington mkt 
RANDALL & FAIRBANK, Flour 

and Feed, 491 W Baltimore 
Robinson & Brinkman, Penn av c 

Dolphin 
Saumenig Jacob, 106 Columbia 
Sauerwein Geo.& Co. ,153 N Howard 
Sayers Henry, 80 Fell's Point mkt 
SCHARF WM. JAMES, 825 W 

Baltimore 
Serft Henry, 311 S Bond 
Sinsheimer Louis, 226 Alice Anna 
Snyder Henry, 95 Franklin 
Telegraph Mills, Welby & Co., Pre- 
sident c Fawn 
Turner Jonathan, 25 "W Pratt 
WALKER J. & E., WHOLESALE 

FEED DEALERS. 99 South 
Warfield D. & Son, 9 Spear's whf 



Weaver Francis, Lexington mkt and 

Hollins mkt 
Welby & Co., President c Fawn 
Wilks Jabez, 380 & 382 Canton av 
Wooden John, Lexington mkt 
Worman A., 525 W Baltimore 
Wright J. & Son, 107 Hillen 

Freight Lines. 

Carlisle and Gettysburg Transport- 
ation Line, G. Small, 64 North 

Cumberland Valley, Chambersburg 
and Greencastle Transportation 
Line, Kneller & Frick, 165 North 

DRILL JAMES M., Northern Cen- 
tral R. R. Station, Calvert 

Hanover, Gettysburg and Littles- 
town Transportation Line, George 
Young & Co., 199 North 

Pennsylvania R. R. to Pittsburg & 
the West, 80 North 

WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT N. 
CENTRAL & PA. R. R., Wm. 
Brown, agent, 80 North 

*Fruit Cans and Jars. 

{See Hermetically Sealed 
Canned Goods.) 

Fruit Dealers, Retail. 

{See also Confectioners & Fruit- 
erers) 

Casey Mrs. Ellen, 53 N Front 
Crowl Mrs. E., 475 N Gay 
Daa Richard, 66 Harrison 
Hammond Charles, Lexington c 

Howard 
McKeon Mrs. Mary, 15 Holiday \. 
Martin Charles & Co , 4 N Calvert 
Mathiot & Sons, 25 N Gay 
Pisani A., 16 S Sharp 

^Fruits, Preserved. 

{See also Hermetically sealed 

canned Goods.) 

THOMAS S. W. & E. C, Jr., 143 
German. (See advertisement.) 



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Fruits, "Wholesale. 

BOND JAMES, Jr., 6 Hollings- 

worth 
BRIDGES WILLIAM & SON, 313 

W Baltimore 
DARBY & CO., 296 W Baltimore 
Dix & Steiner, 112 W Lombard 
Friend, Ricketts & Co., 79 Smith's 

whf 
KIDD AMELIA, 35 W Baltimore 
Laws & Moore, N E c Light and 

Pratt 
MARTIN JOHN & CO , 92 W Pratt. 
(See card under Confectioners, 
Wholesale,) 
MERCHANT J. & SON, 174 W 

Pratt. (See adTertisement.) 
Moore John W., 39 South 
Pracht Chas. & Co., 155 & 157 Frank- 
lin 
Price Wm. C, 102 & 103 W Lom- 
bard 
Sloan James, 91 W Lombard 
SUMMERS & CO., 301 W Baltimore 
WHITE WILLIAM, 311 W Balti- 
more. Wholesale dealer in For- 
eign and Domestic Fruits. 

Fur Dealers and Furriers. 

ARTHUR W. W., 1 W Baltimore 
Gerke C, 60 W Lexington 
Hindes S. & Son, 100 N Gay 
Kleineibst, A., 213 N Gay 
Quail G. K., 238 W Pratt 
Sigmund A., 225 W Baltimore 
Taylor R. Q., 5 N Calvert 
TIRALLA J. F., 105 W Baltimore, 
fourth door below the Sun Iron 
Building, FURRIER AND IM- 
PORTER OF STRAW GOODS & 
TRIMMINGS. 

Furnaces, Hot Air. 

{See also Stoves <fe Ranges ; also 
Heaters, Steam.) 

Collins, Heath & Co, 22 Light 
Hayward, Bartlett & Co., 24 Light 



SEXTON S. B. & CO., Ill W Lorn- 

bard 
WEATHERBY J. & SONS, 40 and 

42 Light, HOT AIR FURNACES 

and STOVE DEALERS. 

Furniture Dealers, Nexv. 

(See a^5o Cabinet Makers.) 

Allen A. & Co., 27 Hanover and 4 

E Lombard 
ANDERSON W. E., 10 & 12 Second. 

(See advertisement p. 2 back.) 
Armstrong & Denny, 263 Light 
Banks D., 59 South 
Beck George, 42 Harrison 
BRICK WALTER, 34^ N Howard. 

(See advertisement p. 2 back.) 
Clotworthy A., 76 N Howard 
Collins Margaret, 49 Harrison 
Collins Patrick, 83 Harrison 
Cook J. H. & Son, 707 W Baltimore 
Daiger M. A., 74 S Broadway 
Freeman James, 507 W Baltimore 



GODEY THOMAS, 
Manufacturer of 

CABINET FURNITURE, 

No. 58 Hanover Street, Baltimore. 
Hair and Husk Mattresses. 



Good John B., 50 Harrison 
Graham William, 138 Franklin 
Guy ton Wm. K., 78 N Howard 
Hamilton & Jones, 240 W Pratt 
Hanson Thomas H., 25 and 27 S Cal- 
vert 
HEYWOOD R. W., 10^ N Charles 
on hand and constantly manu- 
facturing Oak, Walnut and En- 
amelled COTTAGE CHAM- 
BER SETTS and Dining-room 
Furniture of every variety. 
Hinkler George, 715 and 717 W 
Baltimore 



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HISS & BROTHER, 

FURI^ITIJRE, 

128 W Fayette. 
P. Hanson Hiss. Wm. J. Hiss. 



Holtzman, Mrs. B., 278 Alice Anna 
Hyde James, 251 Light 
Ingram E. Peacock, 275 "W Pratt 
I Jenkins Henry W., 16 Light 
Kann Julius, 70 Harrison 
Kinnard A., 32 N Liberty 
Kraft G., 274 Alice Anna 
Logan J. H. & Co., 41 N Paca 
McGannan Thomas, 404 W Baiti 

more 
McMullan John, 15 N Gay 
i Mandelberg Jacob, 61 Harrison 

MARTIN & BEVANS, 

Successors to 

J. & J. WILLIAMS & CO. 

FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, 

AND CURTAINS, 

BEDS AND MATTRESSES, 

11 S Calvert. 

Coffins Furnished 

and 

Undertaking promptly 

attended to. 

Mathiot & Sons, 25 and 27 N Gay 
Miller Nicholas, 88 N Howard 
Myer Abraham, 766 W Baltimore 
Pfeiffer N. A., S E c Pratt and 

Sharp, and 26 N Howard 
Phillips J. E., N E c Charles and 

Lombard 
RENWICK ROBERT, 92 N How- 
ard, Manufacturer of Cabinet 
Furniture, Chairs, and Hair and 
Stork Mattresses. 
Russell John, 54 S Charles 
Sander Henry, 252 Canton av 
Shryock H. S. & Son, 6 S Calvert 
Smith George, 38 N Howard 
Stevens S. S. & Sons, 6 Low 



TARR'S CABINET FURNITURE 
FACTORY, UN Gay, where 
will be found at all times a large 
variety of the most beautiful pat- 
terns of furniture. 

Watkins John T., 47 South 

Wheatfield A., 6 Second 

Furniture Dealers, Second 
Hand. 

Abercrombie Thomas, 66 Camden 
Arold John, 660 W Baltimore 
Bluhenthal Abraham, 270 S Charles 
Kahn Joseph, 473 W Baltimore 
KaufFman Solomon, 170 Columbia 
Klug John, 326 S Charles 
Lunt M., 144 S Fremont 
Morrow T. G , 63 N Eutaw 
Myers Abraham, 206 S Charles 
Packer David, 409 W Pratt 
Pezetell John, 431 W Baltimore 
Rose Myer, 116 S Howard 
Staenberk Levi, 208 S Charles 
Stein Julius, 290 S Charles 
Gas Companies. 
Baltimore Gas-Light Co., 19 South 
Gas-Light Company of Baltimore, 

19 South 
MARYLAND GAS COMPANY, 
Office— 5 St Paul. E. R. Sprague, 
President; L. Morrison, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer 
MARYLAND GAS COMPANY'S 
Works— N W c Ridgley and Os- 
tend 

Gas Fitters. 
{See also Plumbers.) 
aroderick D., 88 St Paul 
Calaghan P. &■ Co., 30 N Calvert 
Eggleston Edwin C., 121 N High 
Grattan Thomas L.,-784sr-wth rKfBc\Lt 
Hunter E. J., 28 E Baltimore 
Jevens John W., St Paul c Bank 

la 
Kaflinski Charles, 138 W Fayette 
LYONS A. J. «& CO., 8 and 10 Hoi- - 
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Gas Fixture Makers. 

CORTLAN & CO., 216 and 218 W 
Baltimore 

DAVIDSON C. Y. (Successor to 
John Davidson), 15 N Liberty bet 
Baltimore and Fayette. Gas Fit- 
ting and Fixtures and Plumbing 

Merz Henry, 254 W Pratt 

Shorey & Eigelberner, 9 Eutaw 
House 

WAGNER AUGUST, 30 Hanover. 
(See advertisement opp. Brass.) 

Gaugers. 

{See also Coopers.) 
Ensor & Linaweaver, 61 W Pratt 
Smith Wm. H., 69 Exchange pi 

Gentlemen's Furnishing 
Stores. 

(See also Shirt Manufacturers.) 

Adler H. M., 37 W Baltimore 
Coale Isaac, Jr. & Bro., 17 and 19 

Hanover (wholesale) 
Danskin & Co., 155 W Baltimore 
DIETZ JOHN B., 204 W Pratt 
FOCKE EDWARD L., Dealer in 
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods 
and Tailors' Trimmings, 252 W 
Baltimore 
FRANKEL & BROTHER, N E c 

Market space and Pr.att 
Hartman J. P., 197 W Baltimore 
Hubbard Mrs. S. T., 4 W Baltimore 
JOHNSTON ROBERT, Merchant 
Tailor, 357 W Baltimore n Eutaw. 
Constantly on hand, an assort- 
ment of Gentlemen's Furnish- 
ing Goods, Fine Cloths, Cassi? 
meres, and Vestings, for measured 
work 
LAUER LEWIS & CO., 283 W Bal- 
timore 
LIPSCHUETZ L., 349 N Gay c 

Monument 
McShane L.,'202 S Broadway 
MAYER FREDERICK, 63 Hanover 
MOORE S. & R. G , 6 S Charles 



Owens Wm. F., 160 W Baltimore 
Peters George A., 214 W Baltimore 
Ravmond & Burton, 38 W Baltimore 
Rea John H. & Co., N E c South 

and Pratt 
ROSE B., Agt., 92 S Eutaw 
SchiflF Meyer, 123 N Howard 
Sehofield B., 459 W Baltimore 
SEIBERT E., 35 W Baltimore, j 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ' 
Undershirts and Drawers, Hosie- 
ry, Yarns, Gloves, Small Wares, ' 
Ac. 
SHIPLEY, ROANE & CO., 303 W 
Baltimore ! 

Shipley Mrs. Sarah Jane, 110 W i 

Lexington 
SONNEBORN HENRY, 315 W Bal- 1 
timore i 

STINE B., 73 W Baltimore ; 

THANHOUSER JACOB, 124 W 
Pratt . i 

Towles Wm. P. & Bro., 145 W Bal- 
timore 
WINCHESTER & CO., 157 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement p. 4 
front.) 
Zirckel William, 56 W Pratt 

Gilders. 

{See Carvers.) 

Glass Cutters. 

Wolf E. A., Uhler'sal n S Charles 

Glass Manufacturers. 

Chapman J. J., 3 S Charles 
Edwards R , jr., 24 S Charles 
George Andrew J., 41 S Charles 
Reitz & Eberhardt, 37 Hughes 

Glass Stainers. 
GERNHARDT H. T., Holiday c 
Fayette 

Glass, "Windovsr. 

BAKER BROTHERS & CO., 32 and 
34 S Charles. (See advertisement 
p. 5 back.) 



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107 



POPPLEIN G. & N., Jr , 50 North. 
(See advertisement op. Druggists.) 

Glove Manufacturer. 

Klotz Adam F., 251 W Pratt 

Gold Beaters. 

HOFFMAN LEWIS, 22 N Frederick 

Gold Pen and Pencil Case 
Makers. 

COURTENAY S., S E c Second and 
; South Practical GOLD PEN 
i MAKER. Pens repointed and 
1 repaired satisfactorily, other- 
j wise no charge. 
KENNEY MRS. A., 96 W Balti- 
more 

i Grain Contractor. 

Fisher Solon, 14Bowly's vfhf 

Grinders and Polishers. 

HILD WENDELIN, GRINDER <fe 
POLISHER, Uhler's al, bet 
Charles and Hanover 

Grocers, Retail. 

Ackmernan Kunigunde, 255 Alice 

Anna 
jAdam Edward, 226 Hollins 
iAflFenk John, 107 Low 
{Albert Mrs. A., 70 Mulberry 
AIlersD. H., 140 S Eutaw 
jAndre Henry, 308 Light 
Arnold John, 78 Hillen 
Atkinson & Bro. , 166 & 188 S Broad- 
way 
Avery Wm., 369 Light 
Ayd John, Centre av c Eager 
Bahn John, 39 W Fayette 
jBailey Wm., High c Fayette 
Bamberger Wm. H., Caroline c 

Madison 
Bannan John, 194 Lexington 
jBarlage John G., Lombard c Spring 
iBarlage Mrs. Elizabeth, 75 S Dallas 
Barlow Frank, 260 Montgomery 
BARLOW JOSEPH, 38 N Paca 



Bartholmai Conrad, Central av c 

Gough 
Barton Wm., 139 Hollins 
Batzer John, 225 Eager 
Baumeister Wm., 218 Alice Anna 
Beahan John S., New Church 
BEAN R. M., 130 Dugan's whf 
Becker G. W., 112 S Eutaw 
Beier B., 266 Alice Anna 
Bell John, 168 Franklin 
Bender Christian, 10 Union 
Bennett John, 218 W Lexington 
Berry Wm. H., 65 Camden 
Beyer Mrs. Catharine, 56 E Lom- 
bard 
Binghnm Owen, 43 Bethel 
Bitter Christian, Wolfe Gough 
Boehine A., 128 Hanover 
Bogue James, 11 Mercer 
Bond John, Caroline c Jefferson 
Born Mrs. Ellen L., 208 Cross 
Bothmann C, 210 Hanover 
Bouldin J. P., Bond c Lombard 
Bourman Henry, 755 Light 
Bower Conrad, 35 S Oregon 
Bowers Mrs. R., 7 Park 
Boyd John, 117 Fremont 
Boyd John J., Fayette c Arch 
Bradley P. E., 168 E Pratt 
Brady Hannah, 282 Montgomery 
Brinkman C. H., 138 S Howard 
BROADERS H. R , 74 Hanover 
Brockmeyer Mrs. T., Eager c Stir- 
ling 
Broderick Wm., 33 Greenmouut av 
Brooks A., 6 Greenmount av 
Broom George, Wolfe Bank 
Brown Philip, 21 Brown 
Brown R., 48 N Eutaw • 

Brundige William, 109 N Eutaw 
Bruning Henry, 9 Warner 
Buchheimer John, President C 

Eastern av 
Bucksti Wm., 26 Second 
Bufter John, 22 New 
Burgess C. W. & Son, 166 N Gay 
Buschman Frederick, 317 Hanover 
Byrnes P. W., Ross c Jasper 
Cadow Jas. E. & Co., 16 Penn av 



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GROCERS, RETAIL. 



Caffery Thomas, ?.R0 "W Pratt 
Callahan James, 51 Tyson 
Campbell Catharine, 26 S Poppleton 
Campsen John, 264 Light 
Carroll John, 103 N Calvert 
Carter John W., 61 Camden 
Cassidy B., Greenmount av, c 

Monument 
Cassidy F., 2 Greenmount av 
Cassidy Luke, 49 Britton 
Cassidy Martin, Exeter c Hillen 
Cassidy Mrs M., 82 Greenmount av 
Cassidy Patrick, 4 Valley 
Cassidy Samuel, 576 N Gay 
Caughy Benjamin & Co., 9 Pennsyl- 
vania av 
Chrystal John, N E c Gay and For- 
rest 
Chum Sol., 612 N Gay 
Clark A., 191 Gough 
Clarke John 2.37 Gough 
Clark Patrick, 392 S Charles 
Clark R. A., 30 E Lombard 
Cobb J. & Son, 31 N Liberty 
Cole John R., 60 N Eutaw 
Colton John, 68 Mulberry 
Cook Wm.. Caroline c Pratt 
Cook H. W. & Co., 15 Commerce 
Corcoran Stephen, 95 McElderry's 

whf 
Cornelius N., 165 Forrest 
Corn William, Dallas, c Pratt 
Correll C. E., agent, Lombard c 

Poppleton 
Cosgrove J. H., 82 Richmond 
Crammer N. J., 76 Hillen 
Crawford John, Ann e Pratt 
Grossman J. H., 118 W Lexington 
Crowley Mrs. Honora, Caroline c 

Lombard 
Gusty John, 364 S Charles 
Custy John, 88 S Howard 
CufiF P., 38 Block 
Davis George, Biddle c Ross 
Dawson D., 74 Hillen 
Decker Wm., 246 Columbia 
Deigan Thomas, Bethel c Lombard 
Delaney Charles, 29 Scott 
Denoe Thomas, 666 W Baltimore 



Derhan Mrs. R., 15 New 
Devlin Felix, 24 Ensor 
Dickerson A. A., 221 E Pratt 
Dietz R., 115 N Eutaw 
Distler Conrad, 227 Canton av 
Dittman John H., 113,^ McElder- 
ry's whf 
Dixon Patrick, 29 S Paca 
Donat M., 201 S Charles 
Donert Mary, 199 S Charles 
Dorritee James, 56 Raburg 
Dowling Catharine, 65 Harrison 
Downs W. H., 225 Light 
Doyle James, 432 W Lombard 
Doyle Mrs. B., Valley c Webster 

al 
Doyle Thomas, 191 S Charles 
Draine Richard, 33 Forrest 
Drane James, 2 E Monument 
Dressell G., Ross c Orchard 
Driscoll Dennis, 217 Chesnut 
Drohan Thomas, 79 Franklin 
Dudley Miss Mary, 303 Light 
Dun Margaret, 100 S Fremont 
Duncan Eliza, 47 W Lombard 
Dunlap Charles, Howard c Lexing- 
ton 
Dunn Edward, 580 W Lombard 
DURDING JOHN T., 464 Light 
Dyer Benjamin, 487 W Baltimore 
Eberhart Joseph A., Aisquith c 

Sterling 
ECKELMANN H. S., DEALER 
IN GROCERIES, WINES, 
LIQUORS, GERMAN PRO- 
DUCE, &c., 45 Marsh mkt space 
Eekhardt Conrad, 5 Pine 
EDMONDSj^AMUEL & BROS., N 

W c Le:^fngton and Pearl 
Eggemann Henry, N E c Spring and t 

Gay 
Ehlers Louis, 378 Light 
Ehrman Frederick, 338 S Caroline 
Ehrman George, Mulberry c State 
Eiehauer Frank, 218 Central ar 
Elkman H., Boston c Winsor 
Ellis Isabella, 615 Light 
Engelsmaur Daniel, 190 Biddle 
Engleheardt Mrs. M., 89 Gough 



GROCERS, RETAIL. 



109 



Eversman J. G., 309 S Charles 
i^'aber B., German c Liberty 
Fachs Mary, 140 Cross 
Frtgan R , 235 Columbia 
Fambach F., 63 Bank 
FANGMEYER JOHN, S E c Bal- 
timore and Gilmore 
Farber J. M., 97 North 
Farley Catharine, 131 S Fremont 
Farlow John T., N W c Baltimore 

and Ann 
Farnen Peter, 108 Bank 
Fendall & Co., N E c Gay and 

Chew 
Fenneman D., Lombard c Popple 

ton 
Fenniman F., 272 Canton av 
FIXNAN B., 104 N Calvert 
Finnen P., 31 Britton 
FiroTed David, Franklin c Chats- 
worth 
Firoved John, 53 S Schroeder 
Fisher A. & Son, 25 Penn av 
Flamm Mrs. M., Holland c Lewis 
Foster Sarah, 36 Gough 
Foulk Casper W., 348 S Charles 
Fowler Thomas, 175 and 177 E Bal- 
timore 
Fox James, Douglas c Forrest 
Frank C.L., 33 Brown 
Frank Henry H., 56 Clav 
FRYER T. , N E c Exeter and Fay- 
ette 
Fullmenkamp John H., 573 W Lom- 
bard 
Galhen William, 213 Henrietta 
GALLOWAY ELIZABETH, 681 

W Baltimore 
Gamble Mrs., N Caroline c Hamp- 

stead 
Gates F., 85 N Paca 
Gaule Michael, 92 Franklin 
Geagan M., 297 W Pratt 
Gerglein John, 107 N Eutaw 
Gerkin Wm., Boyd c Amity 
Germershausen Lewis, 1 Vine 
GESSNER JOHN N., 44 Green- 
mount av 
Getz Christian, Henrietta o S Eutaw 
10 



Glanser Chas. F.. 832 W Baltimore 
Gleninger J. R. & Co., 7 N Charles 
Glennan John, 34 Ross 
Gluck Henry, Caroline c Chew 
Goldhammer Peter, 229 S Sharp 
Goldheimer Mrs. Elizabeth, Sharp c 

Henrietta 
Goldman Mrs. S., 56 Ensor 
Gorman B., 79 Richmond 
Gornell R., 53 North 
Goullard John, 178 Hanover 
Graham Edward, 138 Harford av 
Gray Bernard, E Monument c Beu- 

ren 
Greb Peter, 170 N Howard 
Green Charles B., N W c Gay and 

High 
Greenabaum N.. Orleans c Spring 
Greyton C. T., 329 Aisquith 
Griffin Mrs. Mary, Caroline c Madi- 
son 
Gude Justus C, 67 German and 

Lombard c Eutaw 
Gunther Wm., 109 S Dallas 
Guyton C. T., 37 Ensor 
Hall John, Caroline c McElderry 
Hamill Mrs. Ann, Caroline c Ham- 
mond al 
Hamilton Robert, 68 Camden 
Hammel Mrs. Caroline, 80 Hen- 
rietta 
Hammond Lloyd, 410 S Charles 
Hampson A. J., 81 Charles 
Haneraan R., N E c Gay & Edward 
Hannibal Mrs. A., 118^ E Lombard 
Hart Samuel, 59 North 
Harvey Ann C, 214 and 216 Hoi- 

lins 
Hasseur Andrew, 70 McElderry 
Haulman Joseph, 407 W Pratt 
Healy John, 26 E Pratt 
Hebebrand Peter, 360 S Sharp 
Heckmann Frederick, 16 Park 
Heider Henry, 273 Hanover 
Heine W., Wolfe c Lombard 
Hellwig George, 154 S Fremont 
Heman Mrs. E., Albemarle c Style 
Herbert Daniel, 87 Henrietta 
Henry Daniel, 88 Britton 



no 



GROCERS, RETAIL. 



Henry Jane, 238 HoHins 
Heser George, 464 Canton av 
Hiellees M., Aisquith c Cornet 
Hilderbrand A., 29 S Poppleton 
Hill Lewis H., 223 Hanover 
Hill Wm., 237 E Baltimore 
Hinternight Conrad, S Eden c Stiles 
Hiner Mrs. E., 84 Hamburgh 
Hipsley E. G., 184 N Gay 
Hoffman Wm., 29 E Pratt 
Hogan John F., S E c German and 

Fremont 
Holden Patrick, 130 Ensor 
Holdfelder John, Central av c East- 
ern av 
Hollander Mrs. L. S., 33 N Fremont 
Holle Julien, 67 N Schroeder 
Hollins George, Fayette c Charles 
Hollman Henry, 16 Raburg 
Holmes Richard, 171 Penn av 
Hook Charles, Ensor c Monument 
Hoopper James I., 650 W Baltimore 
Horigan Peter, 168 Columbia 
HORN JOSEPH, N E c Paca and 

Lexington 
Howe E., 2 Josephine 
Hubbard Bridget, 42 Williamson 
Hughes J., Jefferson c Spring 
Hughes Philip, 479 W Pratt 
Hulsmann Henry, 90 Cross 
Humenler H., Park c Clay 
Hunt J. W., Exeter c Fayette 
HUTCHINS L. H., 233 N Gay 
Hutton Mrs. C, 68 Penn av 
Ijams Clever, 38 S Republican 
Ijam? & Hutchins, 108 N Gay 
Ingram Wm., Hanover c Hill 
Izinsky John, 68 Thames 
Jackson James M., Baltimore c 

Spring 
Jacobs M. , 77 Harrison 
Johnson C. J., 89 Chesnut 
Johnson John, East c Hillen 
Kaetzenberg S., 311 Canton av 
Kaiser George, 500 N Gay 
Kalavelage J. W., 307 S Charles 
Kalkman H. F., 29 N Poppleton • 
Kaste Ernst, 1 Leadenhall 
Kaufmann Joseph, 362 Light 



Kavanaugh D., Front c Hillen 
Kelly Mrs. Ellen, Forrest c Hull'i 

la 
Kemp Harmon, 88 Central av 
Kennard G. J., 235 N Gay 
Kernan Michael, 481 W Pratt 
Kernan Thomas, 90 Britton 
Kessler John, 37 Pine 
Keyley Richard, 409 W Pratt 
Keyting Patrick, 89 Britton 
Kideger Lewis, S Schroeder 
Kimball George, 400 S Sharp 
Kircher John, 261 Hanover 
Kirkwood Mrs. Ann, 136 Cross 
Kirwan B., 124 Ross 
Kisendorfe George, N E c Caroline 

and Gay 
Knatz Philip, 865 W Baltimore 
Knawss Louis, 74 Pollard 
Knefely Henry, 5 Harrison 
Korte William, 396 Canton av 
Kraft Mrs. M., S E c Lexington 

and Liberty 
Kratz John, Howard, c Montgom- 
ery 
Kraumer & Goldsborongh, 161 For- 
rest 
Krauk Frederick, 309 Canton av 
Krenen John, Eagen c Aisquith 
Kretz Henry, 332 Canton av 
Kroger Clement J., 78 Henrietta 
Kriete George, 33 S Oregon 
Kuhn George 10 Eden 
Laessig John H., N W c Fayette 

and Poppleton 
Lalor Lawrence, 34 East 
Lathen William, Caroline c Jeffer- 
son 
Lawrence F. L., N E c Lexington 

and Green 
Leber J. H., 46 N Fremont 
Lindsay A. B., Forrest c Hillen 
List Mrs, M., 948 W Baltimore 
Lovell S. G., N W c Baltimore 

and High 
Lower C, 143 Hollins 
Lowenthal Simon, Harrison, c Fay- 
ette 
Ludwig John, 426 Hanover 



GROCERS, RETAIL. 



Ill 



McAdam Mary, Exeter, e Front 
McAllister Mrs. M., Albemarle, c 

Fawn 
McConkey Martha, 16 Chesnut 
McCoy Daniel, 114 W Fayette 
McCrath John, 195 S Charles 
McCurdy D., 160 S Wolf 
McCURLEY FELIX, 733 W Balti- 
more 
McCurley John 723 W Baltimore 
McDermitt John, 799 "W Baltimore 
McEvoy Sarah, 188 Hollins 
McGran Patrick, 147 Eager 
McGee Patrick, 173 S Chester 
McGreevy H., 132 Harford av 
McGreevy Wm., 171 Eager 
McKenna Bernard, 127 Holiday 
McKenna F., Neighbor c Argyle al 
McLane Edward, 827 W Baltimore 
McLean Wm. H., 52 N Charles 
McMahon Joseph, Exeter c Front 
McMann S., 171 N Eutaw 
McNeill James, 63 Boston 
McNeill & CO., N E c Gay and 
High, Best Family Groceries 
McNorton M., 48 Forrest 
Maier John G., N E c Gay and Fre- 
derick 
Mally A., 2 McHenry 
Mankin J. W., 66 N Howard 
Manly Mary Jane, 267 Hollins 
Manning M., 10 L Paca 
March Washington, 101 Hanover 
March Wm. G., 143 W Lexington 
Mares George, Ann c Alice Anna 
Martin George W., Essex c Alice 

Anna 
Mathias Ament, Jefferson c Eden 
Matthai C. E., Ann c Baltimore 
Matthews John N., 25 Centre mkt 

Space 
Mauler Conrad, 193 Eastern av 
Mayer John H., 264 S Howard 
Medinger& Co., 158 and 160 For- 
rest 
Meehan P , N E c Gay and Madison 
Meier L. G., 134 Franklin 
Menack Joseph, 50 N Register 



Middendorf Henry C, 46 Leaden- 

hall 
Miller Henry, 46 President 
Miller Mary, S Republican c Lom- 
bard 
Millhenry G., Ross c Tasker 
Mishavein Mrs. E., 552 W Pratt 
Mitchell Elisha, Caroline c McEI- 

derry 
Mitten Henry, West c Washington 
Momberger George, Gist c Essex 
Montgomery John, East c Hillen 
Mooney Patrick, 63 Gough 
Moore Jacob, 314 Allice Anna 
Moore Wm., 154 N Calvert 
Morris James, 72 Pine 
Morton Robert, Aisquith c Madison 
Moser Wm. W.. 314 S Sharp 
Muller Charles, 294 S Charles 
Muller Charles F., 2 Ewing 
Mullett Mrs. Margaret, Caroline o 

Orleans 
Murphy Wm., 98 Bank 
Murray Margaret, East c Douglas 
Muse Henry, 6 S Poppleton 
Myer D. W. & C. M., 14 W Balti- 
more 
Nebe Charles, 54 Raburg 
Neibough S., 215 Light 
Newbaur Mrs. Margarette, 220 S 

Sharp 
Newcomer Samuel, 14 N Strieker 
Newman Christopher, West c Hano- 
ver 
Noel Samuel H., 52 Gough 
Nolan C, Highc Front 
Nolan Mrs. M., 57 Arch 
Nugent John, 129 North 
O'Neal John, 242 German 
Ortman Mrs. S., 42 Douglas 
Otto Frederick, High c Style 
Owens James, 482 N Gay 
Parrish E. S., 1 Columbia 
Paul K. L., 124 S Howard 
Peach G., 305 Aisquith 
Penn Mrs. S., Ann c Lombard 
Peters J. J., Portland c Emery 
PETERS MRS. C, 93 W Lexing- 
ton 



112 



GROCERS, RETAIL. 



Pfau Henrv, 6U Light 
Pfister F.r253 S Charles 
PITT J. C, Garden c Biddle 
Plitt Theodore, 650 Light 
Polk Robert M., 30 Ensor 
Printv John, 216 Light 
PRUETT JAMES, 487 N Gay 
Prvor Mrs. Ann S , 213 Gough 
QUIXET DANIEL, 120 N Exeter 
Ragen Mrs. Catharine, 37 York 
Rebstoch Charles, 367 S Eutaw 
Redding John, 123 N Exeter 
Reed Francis, 36 Warner 
Reese Charles & Co., c Eutaw, 

Madison, and Garden 
REESE EDWARD, 366 W Balti- 
more 
Reiger Jacob, 394 S Charles 
Reilev Philip, 8 Tyson 
Reitz H. L. & Sons, 93 Hanover 
Rennart Henrv, 254 S Eutaw 
Ressell Carl, 151 N Register 
Rexter Jane, Warren c Montgomery 
RICHERS HENRY N., 231 S 

Charles 
Rienhardt B., 123 W Madison 
Riepe L., 25 Pine 
Rixse George, 8 Scott 
Rock M. A., 85 North 
Roesenburg John, 64 Sommerset 
Rogers John, Baltimore c Schroeder 
Ross E. C, 15 W Baltimore 
Ross George, 310 S Eutaw 
Roth Christian, 52 President 
Roth George, 25 Brown 
Roth Henry, 258 Canton av 
Rouseman Henry. 12 Warner 
Rudel John, Central av c Bank 
Rudolph Mrs. R. M., 406 S Charles 
Russell Patrick, Caroline c Chew 
Ryan C, N Front c Hillen 
Ryan H., 26 S Schroeder 
Ryan J. F., 48 Centre 
Sach Amelia, 126 S Front 
Sachtleben H., Mulberry c Chats- 
worth 
Salom Francis, Exeter c Necessity 

al 
Sandneh Julis F., 201 S Charles 



Savage Wm. H., 102 Richmond 
Schaeffer Frederick, 268 Alice Anna 
SchaeflFer George, 76 N Gay 
Schaffer Mrs. Catharine, 231 Hen- 
rietta 
Schieve B., 13 New 
Schimer Mrs. E., 36 Albey's al 
Schlarman Henry, 224 Columbia 
Schleifer Wm., 39 S Liberty 
SCHMENNER J. H.. Franklin e 

Chatsworth 
Schnibbe D., 190 S Eutaw 
Schoanhres John, 393 Canton av 
Schriner Conrad, 60 Penn. av 
SCHRCEDER A. J., 211 Gough 
Schroder Mrs. H., 132 Hanover 
Schulz A. H., 516 Alice Anna 
Schulz Louis, 72 S Fremont 
Schwab J. & A., 220 S Broadway 
Schwehi F., S Fremont c Dover 
Scotti H. E., 85 McElderry-s whf 
Scroder Louis, 50 Hamburg 
Shaw Mathew, High c Hillen 
Shear Charles, 140 S Howard 
Sheckell Richard M., 740 W Balti- 

more 
Shoemaker J., 43 N Eutaw 
Shot Mrs. Ann, German c Penn 
Shriver Martin, Forrest c Hull's la 
Sills Edward P., N Green c Sara- 
tag o 
Singerfeather F. H., 301 Light . 

Slaven Michael, 236 Light ] 

Sling Conrad, 83 Spring 
Sliver Albert, 210 S Charles 
Smith A., Carlton c Fayette 
Smithson Mrs. Anna, Lombard c 

Lloyd 
Smith Mrs. E., Caroline c Madison 
Snooks John, 4 Mosher 
Spamer Mrs., N Caroline c Hamp- 

Spafklin B. J., ]12N High 
Spicer Hiram, 430 W Lombard 
Stafford Laurence, N Caroline c E 

Fayette 
Stahm S., 110 Spring 
STANSBURY DARIUS, 115 and 

11/ N High 



GROCEKS, RETAIL. 



113 



Stansbury John S., 12 and 14 Penn 

av 
STANSBURY J. T., 857 W Balti- 
more c Calhoun 
Stanton Thomas, 33 York 
Steibel Jacob, Aisquith c Jefferson 
Stein Mrs. M., 87 Greenmount av 
Stewart E. H., 13 Market space 
Stevens Joseph, 215 E Baltimore 
Stidman Mrs. C, 31 Fremont 
Stiebel Conrad, 262 Washington 
Stiebel S., 222 S Broadway 
Stradmeyer John, 191 Eager 
Straus H. & Bro., 268, 270, and 247 

S Broadway 
Strauss Joseph, 255 N Gay 
Stromenger John, Aisquith c Madi- 
son 
Stump G. M., Fremont c Conway 
Sullivan D., S W c Lexington and 

Pine 
Sullivan James, 285 S Eutaw 
Sutherland Thomas, Caroline c 

Mulliken 
Sweeny F., 43 Henrietta 
Tapman Samuel, 296 Light 
Theily Frederick, 43 Marion 
Thiele Louis, 248 S Charles 
Thomas E., 189 Eastern av 
Thomas John, 341 S Howard 
Thomans J. H., Arch c Josephine 
Tiemeyer Chas., 55 S Eutaw 
Torney Carston, 260 Liglit 
Tracey Jefferson, 353 Canton av 
Trainer Bernard, 47 Park 
Treanor Arthur, Wast ington c Cross 
Troe George, 98 S Dallas 
Tucker & Bro., Mulberry c Chats- 
worth 
Ueman Henry, 74 Mulberry 
Ullrich E. ^Y., 233 Hollins 
Ullrich William, 42 Columbia 
Umstad Jacob, 598 W Lombard 
Valter Daniel, 35 Brown 
Van Drehle J. H., 53 S Charles 
Veedtry Anthony, 97 Low 
Yonderhost J., 38 Second 
Yogelgesang Jacob, Johnston e 
Cross 

10* 



Walker Henry, 63 Market space 
Walker Mrs. M., 104 Jefferson 
Watson Joseph, S Caroline c Eas- 
tern av 
Warnken Lewis, 135 S Front 
Warrenburger Catharine, Hanover 

c Henrietta 
Webb A. P., 36 N Paca 
Weber Charles, 372 Light 
Wehage Caroline, 381 S Charles 
Weiend Henry, 286 S Charles 
Weinig Casper, Burk c Alice Anna 
WEITSELL HENRY, 82 Lancaster 
Weiller Charles, 219 E Pratt 
WEIR JOHN, 127 Greenmount av 
Weller Henry, 192 S Howard 
Wess B., Bond c Mulliken 
Westly Hiram, 9 Mercer 
Wested Louis, 202 S Fremont 
Wessinger Charles, Bank c Bond 
Wheeler J. C, 159 Forrest 
Whelan William W., 142 W Balti- 

more 
White Arthur, e Front and High 
White M., 683 W Baltimore 
White Sarah, High c Low 
White Thomas, Tessier c Biddle 
Wienek Frederick, 114 Henrietta 
Wigchyram Aaron, 314 Canton av 
Wilen John, 22 E Lombard 
Williams Peter, 55 Gough 
Williams Mrs. R., 26 New 
Winfelder John, 227 Eastern av 
Wingate John H., Henrietta c 

Warner 
Winn John, Aisquith c Hull's la 
WODE ANN MARIA, 273 S 

Charles 
Wood W. H., 105 S Charles 
Wooters Mrs. Sarah, 268 Light 
Wurzbacher John, 194 Cross 
Yerscheid John, 339 S Bond 
Zellard William, 159 German 
Zorbeck Mrs. C, 33 Bank 



114 



GROCERS, WHOLESALE. 



Grocers, "Wholesale. 

{See also Produce Commission 
Merchants: a/so Produce Dea- 
lers ; also Provision Dealers.) 
ADAMS & DAVIDSON, 7 Com- 
merce, GROCERS & COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANTS 
AYRES & COULTER, 1 Ellicot, 
first door ab Pratt and rear of 55 
Light, Grocers and Commission 
Merchants, Dealers in Foreign 
and Domestic Liquors, Cigars, 
&c. 
Bansemer W. G. & Co., 108 W Lom- 
bard 
Barnes Winston, 55 W Pratt 
Blackburn & Bro., Franklin c Eutaw 
Boswell & Dorsett, 147 W Pratt 
Brinkley Joseph B. & Co., 59 S Cal- 
vert 
Brown V. J. & Co., 66 Exchange pi 
BURNS & CO.. 96 Light st whf 
CHESNUT WILLIAM & CO., N W 

c South and Pratt 
Cochran James E., 84 Light st whf 
Coleman & Bailey, 105 & 107 Thames 
CONN WILLIAM, 101 Franklin 
Coslin W. S., 55 South 
i)E LA MAR C. M. & CO., 96 W 

Lombard 
Deetjen T., 74 and 76 Thames 
DINSMORE & KYLE, 156 Pratt st 

whf 
DOWELL JOHN, 55 S Calvert, 
GROCER AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANT 
Duvall & Iglehart. 128 Light st whf 
Edmonds W. E. & S., S W c Lexing- 
ton and Green 
Edmondson Jos. A., 29 Cheapside 
ENSEY LOT & SON, S W c Balti- 
more and Eutaw, WHOLESALE 
GROCERS and COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 
FERGUSSON & TYSON, 121 W 

Lombard 
Fink & Bro., S W c Franklin and 
Eutaw 



FOLEY D. J. &, BROTHER, 50 South 
FREELAND, HALL & CO., Whole- 
sale Grocers and Dealers in Wines 
and Liquors, 143 W Pratt 
GARDINER, STUART & CO., 
GROCERS, 

37 CHEAPSIDE. 
Gregg Andrew & Co., 109 Franklin 
GROVE FRANCIS & CO., 19 Com- 
merce, WHOLESALE GROCERS 
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS 
HABERSHAM & BARRETT, 53 

Exchange pi 
Haslett G , 133 N Howard 
HOFFMAN H. K. & CO., 45 S How- 
ard. (See advertisement.) 
HOOPER GEO. W., c South & Pratt 
Hopkins T. & G. T., S W c Pratt 

and Light 
HUMRICHOUSE C. W., 
20 COMMERCE, 

WHOLESALE GROCER. 
Hyatt & Stump, 56 South 
Jackson Ch's M. & Co., c Smith's 

whf and Pratt 
KING W. W., 40 Ellicott 
Leatherbury John E., 6 W Pratt 
LEVERING & CO., 2 & 3 Commerce 
LUMSDEN ROBERT, GROCERY 
& COMMISSION MERCHANT, 
41 Cheapside 
MARKELL CHARLES, S E c Cal- 
vert and Lombard 
Merritt W. K. & Co., 53 S Calvert 

and 57 Cheapside 
MITCHELL EDWARD & SON, 90 
W Pratt, GROCERS & COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANTS, and Deal- 
ers in Foreign and Domestic 
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, <fee. 
MITCHELL JOHN T. & CO., 13 & 

17 Mercer 
MITCHELL M. A., 2 Spear's whf 
Miles & Hopkins, 68 S Calvert 
MORTON A. B. & SONS, 103 

Smith's whf 
MYER JAS. & CO., 39 Cheapside 
n Pratt, GROCERS and COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS 



GROCERS, WHOLESALE. 



115 



Needham A. & Sons, U2 Light st 
whf 



OVENDORF & BEAM, 

325 W BALTIMORE, 

S E c Howard, 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Wines, Liquors, and 
Teas. 

Produce Commission Merchants. 

SAMUEL OVENDORF. GEO. F. BEAM. 

PADGETT W. A. & W. W., 17 

Commerce 
Pardee & White, 105 South 
Pearson George, 5 N Liberty 
RAMSAY JAS. G., 13 Thames, F P 
RAU JOHN C. & CO., Howard c 

Franklin 
Reynolds William & Son, 40 N How- 
ard 
Schwab H. & M., 210 Lexington 
Segerman Win. H., 8 & 10 Penn. av 
SIMMS & TYSON, 64 S Gav. one 
door from Pratt, GROCERS and 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
SLATER GEORGE, 10 and 12 

Commerce 

Slingluff C. D. & Son, 13 N Howard 

SMITH J. & SON, 35 Cheapside, 

GROCERS AND COMMISSION 

MERCHANTS, and dealers in 

Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. 

TUBMAN B. G. & CO., 102 Light 

st whf 
TURNER JOHN T., 40 Ellicott 
Townshend, French &Co., 80 Light 

st whf 
UHRIG JOHN, Howard c Frank- 
lin 
VICKERY & MUIR, W Falls av 
(City Block), near Havre de 
Grace Steamboa-ts. GROCERS 
AND COMMISSION MER- 



CHANTS. Dealers in SALT, 

FISH, FLUID, TOW LINES, 

CORDAGE, &c. 
WOODS, BRIDGES & CO., 6 and S 

Commerce 
Young & Carson, 77 Exchange pi 

Grocers, "Wholesale and 
Retail. 

BOSWELL & DORSETT, 

147 W. Pratt, 

GEOCERS AND COMMISSION 

MERCHANTS, 

For the Sale op 

TOBACCO, GRAIN, FLOUR, 

BACON, &c. 

COOK & SPEDDEN, 165 Light st 
whf. Grocers and Commission 
Merchants 

Coward Thomas R., 114 Light st 
whf 

Cox Geo. A. & Son, 103 Hanover 

Denison & Brother, 219 W Pratt, 
and 51 W Baltimore 

DOWNEY JOHN & SON, Whole- 
sale Dealers in GROCERIES, 
WINES, AND LIQUORS ; Also, 
Flottr and Country Produce 
Generally, 133 Franklin bet 
Paca and Eutaw 

DUNLAP C. LEWIS, 13 W Balti- 
more 

Goubart J.-& Co., 205 W Pratt 

Green & Yoe, 88 W Baltimore 

Hengst S. & R., N E c Franklin & 
Paca 

KELLY CALEB & CO., 402 W 
Pratt 

Knowles James W., 90 Dugan's 
whf 

Lawrence E. G. & Bro., 422 W 
Baltimore 

McCready & Phillips, 7 W Falls av 
block 

McKANNA P., 325 W Pratt 

Mister Abraham, 98 Light st whf 



116 



GUN 



HAI 



Pattison & Woolford, 102 Dugan's 

whf 
REESE EDWARD, FAMILY GRO- 
CER. 366 W Baltimore adjoining 
Eutaw House 
REESE G. H. & BROTHERS, 207 
and 209 W Pratt, Wholesale and 
Retail Tea Dealers and Family 
Grocers. Importers of fine gro- 
ceries. Gerhard H. Reese, Thomas 
M. Reese, Henry Reese. 
Sewell C. A. & Co., S E c Pratt & 

Hanover 
Shields R. D., 20 Penn. av 
Stephens John A. & Co., 92 Light 

st whf 
TIERNAN P. & SON, 12 N Charles 
Torney Otto, 103 McElderry's whf 
Wilkinson James, 122 Dugan's whf 
Wilson & Burns, 30 S Howard 

Guano. 

(See also Fertilizers.) 
Barret Brothers, 29 i South 
Cooper E. K., South c Water 
RHODES B. M. & Co., 82 South st, 

Bowly's whf. (See advertisement 

front cover.) 
WHITELOCK W. & Co., 44 South 

Gunpo-wder. 

BEATTY CHARLES W,, agent, 
153 W Pratt 

WEBB A. L. & BRO., c Pratt & 
Commerce, agents for Dupont's 
Powder and Safety Fuse. 

Gun and Pistol Makers. 

McCOMAS A., 

51 S Calvert, 

MAKER AXD IMPORTER 

OP 

Guns, Eifies, and Pistols. 



Merrill, Thomas <fe Co., 239 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement.) 

MILNOR JOHN P., Jr , A CO., 
117 W Baltimore. (See advertise- 
ment opposite Military Goods.) 

POULTNEY & TRIMBLE, 200 
Baltimore 

Gunsmiths. 

Cromwell L., 271 S Ann 
Cromwell Levi, 118 Thames 
Escherich Anton, 477 W Biiltimore 
Harris William. 116 W Pratt 
Pipins J. C, 20 Ensor 
SCHUMAKER C, 58 W Pratt. 
Manufacturer and Dealer in Guns, 
Rifles, and Pistols, fishing-tackle, 
&c. Sporting Apparatus Gene- 
rally 

*Hair Cloth, Damask, &c. 
WILKENS WILLIAM & CO., 
Pratt e Charles 

Hair Dressers, "Ladies." 

BASTIEN MME E., LADIES' 
HAIR DRESSER, and Chil- 
dren's Hair Cutter, 96 W Lex- 
ington bet Liberty and Charles. 
Hair Braids, Bandeaux, 
Curls, Wigs, kc, Toilet Ar- 
ticles, Fancy Goods, Combs, 
Brushes, &c. 

Fagret Madam Lucelle G., 40 N 
Charles 

PAINI MADAME FRANCES, LA- 
DIES' SHAMPOOING AND 
HAIR DRESSING; also Chil- 
dren's Hair Cut. Keep constantly 
on hand a large assortment of 
Hair, Braid, Curls and Perfumery 
of the best quality, 17 N Calvert 

TUSTIN MRS. M. J., LADIES' 
HAIR DRESSER, and Chil- 
dren's Hair Cutter, 120 W 
Lexington bet Howard and Park. 
Braids, Bandeaux, Curls, 
Wigs, <fcc. constantly on hand 
and made to order ; also Perfu- 
meries aiid Fancy Goods 



HAIRDRESSERS. 



117 



Hair Dressers. 

ADAMS JAMES P., 2 Harrison 
AH-iieght F. W., 147 W Madison 
ANDERSON JAMES, 42 E Fayette 
AndraeCh., 356 W Pratt 
Bader H., 191 W Lexington 
Bailey David G., 152 N Gay 
Barck John, 201^ W Lexington 
Barscli Philip, 217 Canton av 
Bishop Wm. H., 198 W Pratt 
Blum George, 96 Richmond 
BOECKNER CHARLES, 4 N Eutaw 
Boninger John, 236 E Lombard 
Briscoe Louis, 134 N Howard 
Briee Philip, 73 Thames 
Brown Louis M., 32 W Fayette 
Chambers Alfred, 49 W Fayette 
Chase Joseph, 67 W Pratt 
Collins Isaac, Bond c Pratt 
CONKLIN JOHN A., 167 Forrest 
CONKLIN WILLIAM, 14 S How- 
ard 
Cotten J. A., 1 S Eutaw 
Davis A. G., 6 N Calvert 
Davis L., 807 W Baltimore 
Eastlow Alexander, 297 Alice Anna 
Ehilgey Andrew, 78 Greenmount av 
Ernstberger Frank, 191 W Pratt 
Fernandis John A., 128 S Broadway 
Ferrandini Cipriano, 4 N Calvert 
Fisher H. & 0., 60 S Eutaw 
Fowler J. M., 199 Light 
Frey George, 114 Mulberry 
Fridgel John, 187 S Sharp 
Frisby James, 122 N High 
Funk A., 91 N Calvert 
Gatto Dominico, 11 S Gay 
Georgius F. G., 17 Holiday 
GERKE JOHN H., 119 N Calvert 
Getz Conrad. 96 Bank 
GREEN C, 31 W Pratt 
Green H. C, 8 Eden 
Gremm E., 46 Ensor 
Griffin John T., 272 Montgomery 
Hanfman L., 264 S Broadway 
Harvey T., 70 j Hanover 
Haschert George, 378 Saratoga 
Uelluing A., 268 Canton av 



Hildebrand Henrv, 32 E Lombard 
Hill Wm. S., 824 W Baltimore 
HoflFman Peter C, 361 Canton av 
Hudson Levi, 116 N Eutaw 
Hurse John, 64 W Fayette 
Jaeckel "Wm., 66 Thames 
Janette E. F., 21 E Pratt 
Jarboe John W., 238 W Lexington 
JOHNSON JAMES H. A., 37i Ger- 
man 
Johnson Walter L., 4 N Gay 
Jones John A., 23 E Baltimore 
Kelly Geo. M., 16 N Eutaw 
Kiener K., 7 W Pratt 
Kramer Casper, 132 Eastern av 
Krauss Wm., 65 N Gay 
Krebs John, 15^ W Baltimore 
Kroh Harmon, 216 S Sharp 
Laws B., 41 Market space 
Lebark Charles, 217 E Baltimore 
Leonhardt C. B., Ann c Pratt 
Lohman A., 13 Frederick 
Lohman L., 177 Franklin 
Mann James, 103 N Howard 
Marsh Wm., 71 Market space 
May Isadore, 174 E Baltimore 
Meyer Abraham, 203 S Charles 
McCabe S., 178 W Pratt 
Montgomery James, 106 Light st 

whf 
Moxley C. H., 12 North 
Murray Wm. H., 4^ McClellan's al 
Nickolas Casper, 257 Hanover 
Nicols J. W., 61 E Baltimore 
Nolte Bernard, 351 N Gay 
Nolte F., 36 Ensor 
Oldham Wm., 96 N Gay 
Paini Joseph, 17 N Calvert 
Parraway Wm. E., 78 S Eutaw 
Pfaezgraf Henry, 90 N Gay 
PfeiflFer Edward, 399 Vi^ Baltimore 
Phelan J., 144 Forrest 
Plyman John, 48 Camden 
Pohnert E., 63 S Howard 
Powell John 127 North 
Powell J. D. & R., 212 E Pratt 
Quandt Charles, 40 N Green 
Rauft Charles Q., 533 W Baltimore 
Reese T. H., 220 Light 



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Reese Andrew, 41 York 
Keider John. 348 Canton av 
Reiman Galthelf, 120 Thameg 
Rermberg Charles, 105 N Paca 
Roberts Augustus. 4 Light 
Rossler Christian, 121^ Franklin 
Ruppeart John A., 352 S Charles 
Rust August, 439 W Baltimore 
Scheeler Henry, 667 W Baltimore 
Schellenberger George J., 53 E 

Baltimore 
Schleringer George, 65 President 
Schillenberger, Joseph, 50 N Caro- 
line 
Schimpf Christian, 247 S Broad- 
way 
Seippel Conrad, 116 S Ann 
Slipper George, 409 Light 
Smith J. W., 4 Bank la 
SPRIGG JAMES F., 119 S Fre- 
mont 
Stengel John, 37 Market space 
Stipe Lewis. 46 S Wolf 
Stoffregen Charles, 18 Penn av 
Stryer Peter, 117 E Pratt 
Susman S., 244 Canton av 
Tailor Henry, 8 Park 
Toomey J., 13 S Calvert 
Tydings Charles, 104 Franklin 
Varley Thomas P., 4 St. Paul 
WILLIAMS JOHN J., 247 Light 
Wright Charles, 22 E Baltimore 
ZIMMERMANN CHAS., barber, 

HAIR-DRESSER, AND HAIR DYER, 

61 Hanover 

Hair — Ornamental. 

Kauffman J., 4 Fayette 

Hair Restoratives. 

JONES JOHN A., perfumer, in- 
ventor, and manufacturer of 
Hair Dye, 23 E Baltimore 

Hair Seating and Curled 
Hair. 

Merryman 0. P. & Co., 151 W Fay- 
ette 

WILKENS WILLIAM & CO., 
Pratt c Charles 



HAR 

Harbor Master. 

Landin Thomas S., 93 McElderry'3 
whf 

Hardware Commission 
Merchants. 

Cole Wm. H., 35 S Charles 
Dugan, Jenkins A Co., 33 S Charles 
KEITH M., Jr., & SON, 23 S 

Charles. (See advertisement.) 
SPEAR BROTHERS, 41 S Charles. 

(See advertisement ) 



WATERS CHAS. E , 
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 

HARDWARE 

COMMISSION HOUSE, 
15 S Charles Street. 



Hard-ware Importers. 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, IM- 
PORTERS OP HARDWARE, 
PRATT c LIGHT 



BOSLEY AMON, 

IMPORTER 

and 

WHOLESALE DEALER IK 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

HARDWARE, 

4 Light Street Wharf, 
four doors south of Pratt Street. 



3DWARD M. KEITH. JOHN R. KELSO, JR. 

M. KEITH, Jr. & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS 

FOR THE SALE OF 

lAMERICAN HARDWARE, 

NAYLOR & CO.'S CAST AND SHEAR STEEL, 

Hollow Ware Castings, Hoop & Sheet Iron, Nails, &c., 
No. 23 S. CHARLES STREET, 

MERRILL, THOMAS & CO., 

[WHOLESALE GUN WAREHOUSE, 

Manufactarers, Agents, and Importers of 

GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, MIUTAEY GOODS, 

PISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY, &c., 

AND EVERY OTHER ARTICLE CO^^NECTED WITH THE GUN TRADE. 



JA8. H. MERKiLL, ) ]Vo. 239 BALTIMORE ST., 

PHILIP E. THOMAS, > 

LEWIN W. THOMAS. ) DS^l'tiXXXOXTOa 



SPEAR, BROTHERS, 

■A.aElSrTS FOR, 

HOWE'S IWFB©¥fiO E£MES, 

EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE PROOF SAFES, 
^o. 41 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, 



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Buck E. D. & Brother, 86 and 88 

W Pratt 
Duer John, 8 Hanover 
Hopkins, Harden & Kemp, 336 W 

Baltimore 

JESSOP & FULTOX, 



IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS 



IN 



FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



HARDWARE & CUTtERY, 



4 Hanover Street. 

KANN SOLOMON J., Importer 
and Dealer in ENGLISH, GER- 
MAN AND AMERICAN BUIL- 
DING AND CABINET HARD- 
WARE, Cutlery, Tools, and 
House Furnishing Articles, 
43 and 46 Harrison 

King & Huppman, 307 "W Baltimore 

I.ONEY F. B. & CO., 

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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

C HA INS, ifc, 

3 Hanover st., n Baltimore st. 

Francis B. Loney, Wm. R. Barry, 
Robert S. Finley, Irvin Neale, 
Joseph P. Elliott. 

Magruder, Taylor & Roberts, 272 
W Baltimore 



NORRIS C. SIDNEY, 

Importer and Dealer in 
Cabinet, Builders' & Machinists' 

HAKDWAKE, 

Also, J. Moss (^ Gamble Bros. 
Files, Steel, ^c, 

30 H-A-IVO-VESH. ST- 



Penniman & Bro., 10 N Howard 
Porter R. B. & Son, 78 and SO W 

Pratt 
Proctor & Brother, 166 W Pratt 
Renter A. & Sons. 56 W Baltimore 
WAESCHE F. R. & CO., Importer 
and Dealer in Foreign and Do- 
mestic Hardware, 232 W Balti- 
more 
Wagner Lewis, 435 W Baltimore 
WARD BROTHERS, 9 S Calvert 
WATERS CHARLES E., 15 S 

Charles 
Whiting James & Co., 130 W Pratt 

Hardware and Cutlery, 
Retail. 

Black John, 160 N Gay 

Brian John G., 136 N Gay U^C*-^ 

CORTLAN k CO., 216 and 218 W 
Baltimore 

Daiger Frederick, 324 W Pratt 

Davidson F. H., 160 Franklin 

Easton Charles P., 767 W Balti- 
more 

Gorsuch Jehu, N W c Gav & Front of^ 

Greenfield Caleb W., 236 W Lex- 
ington 

Henderson D., 146 Forrest 

Herzog John, N E c Lexington and 
Park 

Holmes R. S., President c Pratt 

Hopkins J. A., 15 N Howard 

Kann Jacob, 104 N Gay 

Kirkley John W., 104 Pennsylva- 
nia av 



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Kleppish H. M., 110 W Lombard 
McMillan WILLIAM D., dealer 
in HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 
TIN WARE, GLASS, PUTTY, 
Ac, 333 W Pratt bet Paca and 
Green, a few doors above the 
Columbia House or Three Tun 
Tavern, respectfully informs the 
public that he will keep constant- 
ly on hand a general assortment 
of the above articles, and invites 
them to call and examine his 
stock. Goods delivered to any 
part of the city. 
Reddish John H., 187 S Broadway 
Renter Andrew, 46 Harrison 
Shriner Peter, 123 Franklin 
Smull David B., 82 W Pratt 
Staylor Henry, 95 Harrison 
Stewart C. J , 3 S Liberty 
Wilcox Henry, 142 N Gay 
Wilcox T. J. & Co., 170 Forrest 

Hardware and Cutlery, 

"Wholesale. 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, N W c 

Pratt and Light 
Baker & Brown, 10 W Pratt 
Bradford G. W., 102 Franklin 
CORTLAN & CO., 216 and 218 W 

Baltimore 
Curley James W., 17 N Howard 
Foy James, 64 S Calvert 
Glenn Samuel & Bro., 16 S Charles 
HICKLEY R. & BRO., 8 N Howard 
Hopkins J. A., 15 N Howard 
JESSOP & FULTON, 4 Hanover 
KEEN & HAGERTY, 37 and 39 S 

Calvert 
KLEPPISH H. M., wholesale dea- 
ler in Hardware and Cutlerv, 
HOW Lombard, up stairs 
LONEY F. B. & CO., 3 Hanover 
Porter R. B. & Son, 78 and 80 W 

Pratt 
WEBB H. W., N W c Pratt and 
Calvert 

Harness Makers. 
(iS«eSADDL£& Harness Makers.) 



Hat and Cap Manufacturers. 

{See also Cap Makers.) 

BERNHARD J., 208 W Pratt, 
MILITARY AND FANCY HAT 
AND CAP MANUFACTURER. 
Particular attention paid to 
orders. 
Coupland Richard, 60 S Charles 
Craft W. G. & Co., Breidebaugh al 
Eaverson & McCord, 47 S Charles 
Greenwood Wm. S., agt., 2 Light 
ROSENSWIG E., .344 W Baltimore 
White J. D., Fayette c Frederick 

Hat Trimmings. 
CONNOLLY EDWARD, 311 W Bal- 
timore. Importer of Hatters' 
Furs, Plushes, &g., and dealer 
in Hat Trimmings. The highest 
price in cash always paid for 
Shipping Furs. 

Hats and Caps, Retail. 
ARTHUR W. W., 

1 W Baltimore, ad'g the Bridge, 
Fashionable 

HAT AND CAP 

MANUFACTURER. 
Dealer in Ladies' Furs, &c. 



Austrian B., 213 S Broadway 
Banchardt W., 45 N Eutaw 
Bert Peter, 298 W Pratt 
Besel S., 230 N Gay 
Boston & Price, 82 W Baltimore 
Burns Edward, 40 Centre mkt space 
Cari James E., 119 N Howard 
Charles Thomas J., 205 S Broadway 
Church Mary, 332 W Pratt 
Cox & Co., 190 W Baltimore 
Crozier Chas., 198 S Broadway 
De Goey William, 212 W Pratt 



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Dittrich & Bro., 178 N Gay 
Frost H., 140 N Gay 
Grant Xenophon, 494 W Baltimore 
GRASSER CH., 334 W Pfatt 
Hammer J. A., 99 N Howard 
Hampson E., 193 W Baltimore 
Hellmann Joseph, 180 N Gay 
Hindes S. & Son, 100 N Gay 
Hobbs W. P. T., 66 W Baltimore 
Hurtt H. N., 224 W Pratt 

SHURTT W. T., 38 N Green, 
FASHIONABLE HAT AND 
CAP MANUFACTORY 
Kerschner B. F., 426 W Baltimore 
Kersting Mrs. C, 332 S Charles 
Livingston Francis, 232 Light 
Lotz L., 44 W Baltimore 
Lynch Joshua & Co., 49 W Balti- 
more 
McPhails James L., 132 W Balti- 
more 
Marsh Henry C, 118 Franklin 
Miller Henry, 241 Light 
Minnighausen H., 352 W Pratt 
Nicely Harry C, 34 W Baltimore 
Quail G. K., 238 W Pratt 
Quigley "W. S., 24 Pennsylvania av 
Raymo Charles M., 82 N Gay 




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Raymo Lewis, 117 N Gay 
Ruben Jacob, 225 W Lexington 
Ruben J., 675 W Baltimore 
Saphor J., 266 S Charles 
Silverstine, F., 193 Pratt 
Singe wald T. H., 223 S Broadway 
TAYLOR R. Q, 5 N Calvert 
Terrick Mrs. H., 46 Centre nikt 

space 
Towson Charles, 33 N Eutaw 6<JUW«< 
Trott James E., 82 and 86 Mkt space 
Vansant Joshua & Son, 109 W Bal- 
timore .A^ J*1^ 
Vorsteg Hermann, 256 N Gay ' 
TTahl Jacob, 225 S Broadway 
Wiel A. & Brothers, 28 W Pratt 
Wiel S., 14 Centre mkt space 
Winter Henry, 578 W Baltimore 
Zink A., 221 S Charles 

Hats and Caps, Wholesale. 

BURNS GEO. W., 338 W Baltimore 
Cole Wm. R. & Co., 274 W Balti- 
more 
DIXON WM. T. & BRO., 306 W 
Baltimore, Wholesale Dealers and 
Commission Merchants in Hats 
and Caps, Boots and Shoes — Wm. 
T. Dixon, James Dixon, Jr. 
GRINNELL & JENKINS, 275 W 

Baltimore 
Hickley R. I., 44 N Howard 
ROSENS WIG E., 344 W Baltimore 
Warder & Barrett, 266 W Baltimore 
White & Rosenberg, 76 and 78 S 
Charles 

Hay Packer. 

McDonnell E., 75 N Calvert 

* Hermetically Sealed 
Canned Goods. 

(See also Oyster Packers.) 

ESTABLISHED IN 1847, MUM- 
SEN, CARROLL & CO., 18 Light. 
(See advertisement opp. Oyster 
Packers.) 



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A. FIELD, 

STEAMED FRESH CO YE 

OYSTERS, 

Put up by A. Field, at his old 
established stand, 

309 W. JLOJflB^UD, 

These Oysters retain all their ori- 
ginal flavor and toughness. War- 
ranted to keep twelve months in 
any climate. (See advertisement 
opposite Oyster Packers.) 

THOMAS KENSETT & CO, 

HERMETICALLY SEALED 
OYSTERS, FRUITS, &C. 

WEST FALLS AVENUE. 

JOHN T. MITCHELL & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
PRESERVES, JKLIilES, 

PICKLES, AND 

HERMETICALLY SEALED 

PRiriTS, OYSTERS, &c., 

Nos. 13 a7id 17 Mercer St., 

Bet. Light and Calvert Streets, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



MUMSEN, CARROLL & CO., 18 
Light. (See advertisement oppo- 
site Oyster Packers.) 

Shriver James & Co., 375 S Sharp 

SHRIVER JOHN L. & BROS., 
HERMETICALLY SEALED 
OYSTERS, FRUITS, MEATS, 
Vegetables, Poultry, Pickles, 
Preserves, Jellies, Catsups, and 
SCHRIVER'S BALTIMORE 
OYSTER KETCHUP, 307 W 
Pratt, — William Shriver Jr., Jno. 
L. Shriver, Albert Shriver. 

THOMAS E. C. & SONS, Lexing- 
ton c Arch 

THOMAS S. W. & E. C, Jr., 143 
German. (See advertisement op- 
posite Oyster Packers.) 

THOMAS WM. H., 184 York n 
Howard 

Hides and Leather Dealers. 

{See also Leather Dealers.) 

APPOLD GEORGE & SONS, 8 and 
10 Water 

BALTIMORE UNITED BUTCH- 
ERS' ASSOCIATION, Incorpo- 
rated Feb. 10th, 1858. Have al- 
ways on hand HORNS, HIDES 
and TALLOW of the first quality, 
which they offer to the trade at the 
lowest prices. All orders addressed 
to the Clerk, at the Hide and Tal- 
low House, corner of McKim and 
Neighbor Sts. will be promptly 
attended to. 

BARTON WILLIAM J. & SON, 7 
and 9 Cheapside c Lombard, Deal- 
ers in Hides, Oils, &c. 

Crane W. & Son, c Cheapside and 
Water 

Deford B. & Sons, c Calvert and 
Lombard 

Dyrnforth M., 169 Light st whf 

GRUPY FRANCIS H., 42 S Cal- 
vert, dwelling c Chase and Eden 

Hewlett J. Q. & Son, 96 Lombard 
and 6 Water 

Hoffman & Deford, 84 W Lombard 



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JENKINS EDWARD, 13 Cheap- 
side, Hide, Oil, and Leather Deal- 
er. Leather bought and sold on 
commission. Agent for Norton & 
Owen's Double Grinding Bark 
Mills 

Poland, Jenkins & Co., 12 Water 

Horse Shoers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
Anderson David, 104 German 
Beatty William, 16 Barre 
Carey J. H., 3 Marion 
Daley John, 188 Columbia 
Fulton John W., 221 Biddle 
HEAGERTY M., 761 W Baltimore 
KEENAN JAMES, 86 Holiday 
Pumphrey J., 316 Montgomery • 
Sheedy Michael, 138 German 
Skirmer James, 314 Montgomery 
Spence George, 3 W Falls av 
Tumoney John, 126 Ensor 

Hose Makers— Leather. 

DUKEHART R. W., 

MANUFACTUREE 

OP 

FIRE, 

GARDEN, and 

BATH HOUSE 

HOSE; 

FIRE, ARMY, and NA VY 
BUCKETS; 

Torches, Wrenches, Suction-hose, 

Elastic Tubes, Hose Pipes 

and Screws, Rivets, 

Burrs, &c. ; 

Stretched Leather Belts of superior 
quality, 

18 Water Street. 



HASKELL J. H., 33 S Eutaw. 
(See advertisement op. Leather.) 
HORTON H. P., 41 N Frederick 



Hosiery Importers, Job- 
bers, and Wholesale 
Dealers. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

DROST & SUTRO, 

IMPORTERS 

and 

WHOLESALE DEALERS 

in 

HOSIER Y, 

ZEPHYR WORSTED, 
EUROPE AN a7id AMERICAN 

FANCY GOODS, 

DRESS TRIMMINGS, &C., 
253 W Baltimore. 



G. A. DROST. 



E. 8TTTR0. 



Felber & Adams, 251 W Baltimore 

HILGENBERG CHARLES, impor- 
ter and dealer in Hosiery, 
Gloves, Mitts; German and 
Domestic Yarn, Trimmings, No- 
tions, (fee, 35 N Eutaw. 

HODGES BROTHER, 23 Hanover 

Luitz & Flack, 18 Hanover 

Mann E., 63 W Baltimore 

Meyer Ferdinand, 139 W Balti- 
more 

RINGGOLD J. P. & BRO., 175 W 
Baltimore, six doors below Light 

SEIBERT E., 35 W Baltimore 



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STELLMANN, HINRICHS & CO., 
IMPORTERS 

OF 

HOSIERY AND SMALL WARES 

and 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

21 Hanover Street. 

JNO. STELLMANN. 
CHRISTOPHER HINRICHS. 
HENRY J. FARBER. 

Hosiery Manufacturers. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

FELBER EDWARD, 193 S Broad- 
way 

Hosiery and Gloves — 
Retail. 

{See also Gents' Furnishing 
Stores.) 

Colton Henry, 10 Ensor 

Colton John, 235 W Pratt 

GudeH. P., 359 W Baltimore and 
151 Madison 

Heisler S., 19 W Baltimore 

Hempel J. C, 268 N Gay 

Hilgenberg Charles, 35 N Eutaw 

Hinse William A., 134 W Lex- 
ington 

Jordan Francis, 94 W Pratt 

JORDAN & ROSE, 1 N Howard, 
one door north of Baltimore 

KNIPP JACOB, Jr., 33 N Howard 
(Lovejoy's old stand), dealer in 
ijndershirts and Drawers, Ho- 
siery, Yarns, Gloves, Small 

SMITH 'victor, dealer in Ho- 
siery, Gloves, Undershirts, and 
Drawers, 87 Hanover, bet Cam- 
den and Conway 



VOGELER C. H., 103 W Balti- 

more 
Young Mrs., 203 and 205 Hanover 

mkt 

Hotels. 

{See also Restaurants ; also, 
Taverns.) 

BARNUM'S CITY HOTEL, Z. 
BARNUM, proprietor, N Calvert 
and Fayette sts 

BAUGHER J. L., 158 Franklin 

Black Horse, James Grover, Prop'r, 
High c Low 

Brown Louis, 119 N High 

Carling M., 63 Penn. av 

CHARLESTON HOUSE, T. Bond 
& Co., Proprietors, 76 W Pratt. 
Good accommodation for perma- 
nent and transient boarders. 
Terms moderate. 

COLEMAN'S EUTAW HOUSE, 
Eutaw c Baltimore. (See adver- 
tisement outside back cover.) 

EASTERN HOTEL, Mrs. B. Shan- 
non, Prop'rs, 43 Centre Market. 
PERMANENT & TRANSIENT 
BOARDERS accommodated on 
reasonable terms. 

ELTERMAN HOUSE, Wm. Koors, 
Prop'r, 36 W Fayette 

EUTAW HOUSE, Baltimore c Eu- 
taw. (See advertisement outside 
back cover.) 

FOUNTAIN HOTEL, Light st. 
WILLIAM H. CLABAUGH, Pro- 
prietor. Omnibuses and Bag- 
gage Wagons in attendance to all 
the Steamboat Landings and De- 
pots. 

FULTON HOUSE, Geo. W. Buck, 
Prop'r, 34 W Pratt 

GEN. WAYNE HOTEL, Henry 
Fairbanks, Prop'r, Baltimore c 

GREEN HOUSE, J. & B. L. Wag- 

ner, Prop'rs, 190 W Pratt 
Hanway Sam'I, 132 Hillen 
Holcombe's Hotel, 124 W Baltimore 



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Kassell John, 228 S Charles 
LEISENRING G., Franklin c How- 
ard 
LLOYD'S UNITED STATES HO- 
TEL, President st, op the Phila- 
delphia Depot. Meals to suit 

THE TRAINS. 

McGEE JOSEPH H. & BRO., Paca 
c German. (See advertisement 
inside front cover.) 

McGEE-S MILLER'S HOTEL and 
DROVE STABLES, Paca c Ger- 
man. (See advertisement inside 
front cover.) 

Maltby House, L. U. Maltby.Prop'r, 
180, 182, and 184 W Pratt 

MANSION HOUSE, ISAAC AL- 
BERTSON, Prop'r, c Fayette and 
St Paul. Board $1.00 per day. 

Marsh John, Franklin c Eutaw 

Myei-s & Kemp, 92 W Baltimore 

Peabody House, Edward Lloyd, Pro- 
prietor, St Paul c Centre 

Phillips Finn, Fremont 

RINNS HOTEL, J. S. Rinn. Pro- 
prietor, 40 W Pratt. Good ac- 
commodation for permanent and 
transient Boarders. Meals from 
6 A. M. to 12 P. M. 

RISING SUN, S. H. Magness, Pro- 
prietor, 74 N High. Stanford 
Stage Line leaves at 8 o'clock. 

Schilling M. F., S E c Franklin and 
Eutaw 

SHERWOOD RICHARD P., Fay- 
ette Harrison 



SIMON'S HOTEL, 

28 & 30 FAYETTE STREET, 

Near the "Holiday St. Theatre," 
BALTIMORE. 



M. SIMON, PROPRIETOR. 

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SLADE WM. A., High c Hillen 
STANSBURY W., 37 Penn. av 
Starr Joseph, N Front c Low 
Street D. & C, 150 Forrest 
SUSQUEHANNA. John C. Voshell, 

Prop'r, op Calvert st Station 
Three Tuns, Pratt c Paca 
Tracy & Stansbury, 130 N Front 
Union, J. B. Stephenson, Prop'r, 

Thames c Bond 
UNION, Wm. J. Lloyd, Prop'r, S 

W c Pratt and Charles 
UNITED STATES HOTEL, Presi- 
dent op Philadelphia Depot 
WASHINGTON, JOHN BARR, 
Prop'r, Eutaw c Camden. (See 
advertisement op. Insurances.) 
Western, D. T. Shaw, Howard c 

Saratoga 
Whitehall, G. W. Hughes, Prop'r, 

92 Bank 
White House, C. P. Stuart, Prop'r, 

186 W Pratt 
William Tell House, 1 W Pratt 

*House Cleaner. 
Peck F. J., 87 North 

House Furnishing Ware- 
houses. 

Armiger Richard, 87 Harrison 
CORTLAN & CO., 216 and 218 W 
BALTIMORE, IMPORTERS OF 
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, TA- 
BLE CUTLERY, FANCY and 
FAMILY HARDWARE. 
Daws Henry, 464 W Baltimore 
DIGGS JOHN R., 219 W Baltimore 

FEICHTMAN S., 
80 N Eutaw n Saratoga, 

HOUSE FURNISHING 

Warehouse, 

and 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

STOVE AND RANGE DEALER. 

— also — 
Manufacturer of all kinds of Cop- 



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per, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, 

Britannia and Silver Plated 

Ware, Cutlery. &c. A general 

assortment of House Furnishing 

Goods. 

Stoves repaired at short notice. 

Forney H. S., UN Howard 

Greenfield A. H., 167 W Lexington 

Harrington & Mills, 140 W Balti- 
more 

JARDEN SAMUEL, 89 Harrison. 
(See advertisement opposite Oil.) 

KANN SOL. J., 43 and 45 Harri- 
son 

Reip J. Henry, 335 W Baltimore 

ROBINSON JOSHUA, 333 W Bal- 
timore, first Tin Store above 
Howard: TIN AND SHEET 
IRON WARES, BLOCK TIN, 
BRITANNIA METAL. 

SCHAEPPERLE CHRISTIAN, 
255 S Charles 

SHANAMAN JOHN, 30 and 32 N 
Eutaw 

Stewart John M., 246 N Gay 



SYLVESTER & HOPKINS, 

182 W Baltimore opposite Light, 

dealers in 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

Family Hardware, Silver Plated 
and Britannia Ware, Block Tin 
Ware, Japanned and Plain Tin 
Ware, Wooden Ware, Mats, Bas- 
kets, Brushes, Water Coolers, Re- 
frigerators, <fec. 

WARD EDWARD J., 218 W Pratt, 
dwelling 382 W Fayette 

Hucksters. 

Adams Edward, Centre mkt and 

Hanover mkt 
Affing Christina, Hanover mkt 
Agnes N. Chandler, Hanover mkt 
Aichell John, Hanover mkt 
Airey James, Hanover mkt 



Airey Tobias, 12 Richmond mkt 
Ambold John, Lexington mkt 
Ames Catharine, 65 Centre mkt 
Amick Sarah, Hanover mkt 
Amos James H., Richmond mkt 
Anderson Mrs., Hanover mkt and 

Bell Air mkt 
Andrews Samuel J. W., 22 Fell's 

Point mkt 
Ara Catharine, Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Bakeman Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Baker Benard, Fell's Point mkt 
Baker Conrad, Fell's Point mkt 
Baker George, Hanover mkt 
Baker M., Fell's Point mkt 
Baker William, Hanover mkt and 

Hollins mkt 
Baldwin Thomas, Lexington mkt 
Barbanks & Cross, Lexington mkt j 
Barney Mrs. M., 3 Richmond mkt 1 
Barren John, Hanover mkt, Lex- 
ington mkt and Centre mkt 
Barringer Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Bateman William, 35 Centre mkt 
Bayley Mrs. L. , 51 Hollins mkt 
Beal Lee, 3 Hollins mkt 
Beard Mrs. Catharine, Lexington 

mkt 
Bennet L. M., Hanover mkt 
Beuhoflf C, Centre mkt 
Biden George, Lexington mkt, and 

26 Richmond mkt 
Biggin Francis, 10 Hollins mkt 
Bill Mary, Centre mkt 
Blacenps Mr., 380 Bell Air mkt 
Bond Alexander. Lexington mkt 
Bond B., 105 and 107 Centre mkt 
Bond George, Centre mkt 
Bond James, Lexington mkt and 

Bell Air mkt 
Bond Josiah, 8 Richmond mkt 
Bond Thomas, Fell's Point mkt and 

Centre mkt 
Bond William, Hanover mkt and 

Centre mkt 
Bopp Mary, 58 Centre mkt 
Borden Catharine, 57 Centre mkt 
Borge Miss, Bell Air mkt 



HUCKSTERS. 



127 



Born Barney, Lexington mkt 
Bradley William, Bell Air mkt 
Brien John G., 215 Bell Air mkt 
Brinkman Mr., Bell Air mkt 
Britton .John, 16 Richmond mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Brode Alexander, Lexington mkt 
Brodie John, Lexington mkt 
Brosus Jacob, 9 Richmond mkt 
Brotan Joseph, Centre mkt 
Broughton Joseph, Hanover mkt 
Brown Charles, Hanover mkt 
Brown Eliza, Centre mkt and Bell 

Air mkt 
Brown James, 92 Centre mkt 
Brown Reuben, 1 Hollins mkt 
Brown Samuel R. , Hanover mkt 
Bruhn Jacob, Hanover mkt 
Bruin Mrs., 144 Centre mkt 
Bruner Hamilton, Lexington mkt 
Buch Rosinna, Fell's Point mkt 
Buchtould F., Fell's Point mkt 
Buckman George, Centre mkt 
Bunting G-., Bell Air mkt 
Buoy Mrs., Centre mkt 
Butler Rebecca. Hollins mkt 
Byer George, Hanover mkt 
Calloway George F., Hanover mkt 
Cambell Mrs., Centre mkt 
Carlisle W. H., 229 Bell Air mkt 
Carr Mrs., Centre mkt 
Carr Mr., Centre mkt 
Cassidy Patrick, Lexington mkt 
Chandler B. Centre mkt 
Chandler Mrs. Nancy, Lexington 

mkt 
Chester George, Lexington mkt 
Chester Michael, Lexington mkt 

and Centre mkt 
Chester William, 364 Bell Air mkt 
Clark William A., Centre mkt 
Clawson Joseph, Centre mkt 
Clodice Henry, Bell Air mkt 
Cloris Francis, Lexington mkt and 

109 and 111 Centre mkt 
Colburn Mrs. H., Lexington mkt 
Cole Miss, 185 Bell Air mkt 
Coleman Mrs., 223 and 225 Hano- 
ver mkt 



Collins Mary & Son, Fell's Point 

mkt 
Commil Mrs., Centre mkt 
Conner Ann, Fell's Point mkt 
Connoly Timothy, Hanover mkt 
Conrey Mrs Mary, Lexington mkt 
Constein Mrs. C, Lexington mkt 
Conuflf F., FelFs Point mkt 
Cook Catharine, 236 Bell Air mkt 
Cook George, Bell Air mkt 
Copeland Robert, Hanover mkt 
Corrigan Michael, 191 Bell Air mkt 
Cosgrove Patrick, 32 Hollins mkt 
Cosgrove Sophia, Fell's Point mkt 
Coth John, Lexington mkt 
Counsellman John B., Lexington 

mkt 
Craig John, 315 Bell Air mkt 
Craig Thos. W., Hanover mkt 
Crawford Robert, Bell Air mkt 
Crisell Jacob, 19 Richmond mkt 
Crist Wm., Fell's Point mkt 
Cristman Jacob, Bell Air mkt 
Crocker E., 193 Centre mkt 
Crocket Eliza, Hanover mkt 
Cromwell Richard, Lexington mkt 
Cross John, 40 Hollins mkt 
Cross John W. T., Lexington mkt 
Crow Mrs. Sarah, 13 Richmond 

mkt 
Cullan John, Lexington mkt 
Daley Patrick, Bell Air mkt 
Dalsher H., 19 and 21 Centre mkt 
Danes C, Hanover mkt 
Dannmer G., Lexington mkt 
Davis Richard, Lexington mkt 
Davis Thomas P. & Co., 78 Fell's 

Point mkt 
Deal Mrs., 25 Fell's Point mkt 
Dean Christopher, 27 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Deanhar Caspar, Hanover mkt 
Deans Mary, Hanover mkt 
Decker Joseph, Centre mkt 
Deckman Caroline, Hanover mkt 
Delcher Henry, Hanover mkt 
Delcher James A. & George B., 

Lexington mkt 
Delcher Thomas, 29 Centre mkt 



128 



HUCKSTERS. 



Delcher ThAmas B., Centre mkt 

and Hanover mkt 
Dena Caroline, 35 Fell's Point mkt 
Devine Julius, Lexington mkt and 

Hollins mkt 
Dhleis Miss, Bell Air mkt 
Dieger John, Fell's Point mkt 
Dillehunt J. T., Bell Air mkt 
Ditus J., 87 Centre mkt 
DofiF William, Bell Air mkt 
Dougherty Mary, Centre mkt 
Dorch George, Hanover mkt 
Dorret T. H., Centre mkt 
Drachsler Thomas, 263 Bell Air 

mkt 
Dresden Catharine, Bell Air mkt 
Drexter Mrs., 297 Bell Air mkt 
Driebank Ann, Lexington mkt 
Drupan Anne, 192 Centre mkt 
Dughter M., Bell Air mkt 
Dukehart Adam, Fell's Point mkt 
Dulcher T., Lexington mkt 
Duncan Charles, Lexington mkt 
Duncan, Stewart & Co., Hollins 

mkt 
Dunkin Charles, 53 Hollins mkt 
Dunn G. W., Hanover mkt 
Dunphy Mrs. M., Lexington mkt 
Eagan Mrs., Bell Air mkt 
Edell Samuel, 12 Bichmond mkt 
Edward Escott, 100 Centre mkt 
Effick Miss Olinda, Centre mkt, 24 

Bell Air mkt, and Hanover mkt 
Eickeman Mrs., 18 Hollins mkt 
Eidman David, Hanover mkt 
Eidman John, 53 Hollins mkt 
Eisle George, Centre mkt 
Eistler Catharine, Fell's Point 
Elias Mrs. C, 2 Richmond mkt 
Elliott Thos., Lexington mkt 
Emlook Agnes, Hanover mkt 
Emmichs Mr., Centre mkt and Bell 

Air mkt 
Engel Miss Mary, Lexington mkt 
Erdman Frank, Centre mkt 
Erdman Susan, Centre mkt 
Erkine Charles, Bell Air mkt 
Eryll Mrs. Margt., Hanover mkt 
Etter Henry, Fell's Point mkt 



Ever "Wm., Lexington mkt 
Everby P., Centre mkt 
Ewell John, Lexington mkt 
Faulkner Adam, Fell's Point mkt 
Faulner Kelly, Fell's Point mkt 
Fefel & Fowler, Lexington mkt 
Fell A. Lewis, Lexington mkt 
Fell Mrs. Mary, Hanover mkt 
Fell Peter, Centre mkt and Hanover 

mkt 
Felter Elizabeth, Fell's Point mkt 
Fetel John, 61 Centre mkt 
Fisher Charles, Hanover mkt 
Fisher John, 3 Hollins mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Fisher William H., 12 and 10 Fell's 

Point mkt 
Fitzpatrick Peter, 311 Bell Air mkt 
Fogoting Mr., 376 Bell Air mkt 
Fork F. A., 33 Centre mkt 
Forkus Mrs., 267 Bell Air mkt 
Fowler George, Fell's Point mkt- 
Fowler Isaac, Hanover mkt 
Fowler Mr., 223 Bell Air mkt 
Frank Jacob, Hanover mkt 
Frederic Henry, 166 Bell Air mkt 
Fryer Margt., Hollins mkt 
Gaafner G., Lexington mkt 
Galloway George F., Centre mkt 
Galloway Mrs. Isabella, Richmond 

mkt and Lexington mkt 
Games Mary, Centre mkt 
Games Wm., Centre mkt 
Ganent Samuel, Bell Air mkt 
Gardner Mrs., 20 Fell's Point mkt 
Gare Adam, Hanover mkt 
Gary P. M., 301 Bell Air mkt 
Geigher John, 122 Centre mkt 
German Thomas E., 99 Centre mkt 
Gibson James A., Bell Air mkt 
Gibson Margt., 125 Centre mkt 
Giles Lewis, Lexington mkt 
Gillan Michael, Lexington mkt 
Gillin Michael, Centre mkt 
Gimple Mr., 188 Bell Air mkt 
Goble Rachael, 246 Bell Air mkt 
Goodimer G., Hanover mkt 
Goodrich Elizabeth, Lexington mkt 
Gordon Mrs. Anna, 346 Bell Air mkt 



HUCKSTERS. 



129 



Grar S., Bell Air inkt 
Gray John, 163 Bell Air mkt 
Green Mrs. Anna, Hanover mkt 
Green L. & Son, Lexington mkt 
Greeneb Anna, Bell Air mkt 
Greenewalt Mr., Fell's Point mkt 
Gretz John, Hanover mkt 
Greur L., Centre mkt 
Greyt Hammond, Hanover mkt 
Gribb Catharine, FelFs Point mkt 
Gripps Rebecca, Bell Air mkt 
GRISTILLE JACOB, Lexington 

mkt 
Groesens Joseph, Bell Air mkt 
Grooms E., 45 Centre mkt 
i Guise Margaret, Hanover mkt 
; Gumbert Mary, Lexington mkt and 
I Hanover mkt 
iGunder Mary, 108 Centre mkt 
iGyner Poll, Hanover mkt 
iHademan Mrs. A., Lexington mkt 
Haden William, 158 Centre mkt 
Haer L., Hanover mkt 
HAGEN MRS. ANNA, Lexington 

mkt 

Hahn L., Hanover mkt 
Hakjesley C. C, Bell Air mkt 
Hambleton Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Hamill Mrs. J., Hollins mkt 
Hamilton James, Bell Air mkt 
Haminie John, Hanover mkt 
Hardnot James, 4 Richmond mkt 
Hardy Henry, Hollins mkt 
Hargest J., Centre mkt 
Harkess Thomas, Bell Air mkt 
Harmine & Son, Fell's Point mkt 
Harper John H., Centre mkt 
Harriman J., 90 Bell Air mkt 
Hart John, Lexington mkt 
Hart Mrs., 370 Bell Air mkt 
Hart William, Lexington mkt 
Hartman Anna, Hanover mkt 
Haverconn John, Fell's Point mkt 
Hawkins William, 2 and 4 Hollins 

mkt 
Hawkins William H., Lexington 

mkt 

Hayner George, Hanover mkt 
Hazlett D., 3 Hollins mkt 



Heffner Michael, Hanover mkt 
Heffner S., Bell Air mkt 
Heffs M., Fell's Point mkt 
Hellwing H., Bell Air mkt 
Hemmett Philip, 170 Centre mkt 
Henry Mrs. Mary. Hanover mkt 
Hershfelt Mr., 100 Fell's Point mkt 
Hesler Catharine, Centre mkt 
Hessenbury Catharine, Lexington 

mkt 
Hettrick Henry, Hollins mkt 
Hewell J. H., Lexington mkt 
Hickman C. T., 6 Hollins mkt 
Hickman E., Bell Air mkt 
Hickman E. C, Lexington mkt 
Hillmer Wm., 5 Richmond mkt 
Himen Chas., Fell's Point mkt and 

8 Hollins mkt 
Hinnaman Emma, Hanover mkt 
Hitts Mrs., Centre mkt 
Hoff Wm., Fell's Point mkt 
Hoffastead George, Hanover mkt 
HofiFman Charles E , 101 Centre mkt 
Hoflfman Fred., Lexington mkt 
Hoffman Mrs., 39 Fell's Point mkt 
Hoffman Mrs. M., 172 Bell Air mkt 
Hoffman & Bro., Hanover mkt, and 

51 Centre mkt 
Hoffstader Joseph, Hanover mkt 
Holiday William, Fell's Point mkt 

and Centre mkt 
Holt Isaac C, Hanover mkt 
Holts J, P., Centre mkt 
Hoskell Catharine, Hanover mkt 
Howard Patrick, Lexington mkt 
Huddock James, 9 Hollins mkt 
Hughes Josey, Centre mkt 
Hughes Mary, Lexington mkt 
Hughes R., 14 Richmond mkt 
Hulse Mary, 200 Bell Air mkt 
Hummel Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
Hummell Jacob, 238 Bell Air mkt 
Hurst A., 16 Fell's Point mkt 
Hurst Geo. H., Centre mkt 
Hutchings Robert, Lexington mkt 
Hutton Andrew, Centre mkt 
Ingland Adam, Hanover mkt 
Irvin S., Centre mkt 
Jackson Andrew, Lexington mkt 



13Q 



HUCKSTERS. 



Jefferson Henry, 49 Centre mkt 
Jefferson James, 71 Centre mkt 
Jefferson N., Fell's Point mkt 
Jefferts John, Centre mkt 
Jeffries John, Lexington mkt 
Jenkins Michael, Bell Air mkt 
Jennings Michael, Bell Air mkt 
Jockel Martin, Hanover mkt 
Johnson Mrs., Centre mkt 
Johnson Miss Mary, Hanover mkt 
Johnson Paul, Lexington mkt 
Johnston Charles J., Bell Air mkt 
Jones Caroline, 41 Fell's Point mkt 
Jones John, Bell Air mkt 
Jones Mrs. R., Hanover mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Jones Rebecca, Centre mkt 
Jones William B., Fell's Point mkt 
Jones William H., Hanover mkt 
Jubb Charles E., Centre mkt 
Judold William, Centre mkt 
Kaagen John, Hanover mkt 
Kaan Matthew, Centre mkt 
Kain Margaret, 37 HoUins mkt 
Kalte Mrs. Catharine, Hanover mkt 
Kane Lewis, Fell's Point mkt 
Kane Levi, Hanover mkt 
Kane Matthew, 24 Fell's Point mkt 
Kaufman Gotter F., Centre mkt 
Kay ton T., 6 Richmond mkt 
Keel Eliza, Hanover mkt 
Keen Austin, Lexington mkt 
Keen George, W Lexington mkt 
Keen Samuel, Lexington mkt 
Keenfelder C, 8 Richmond mkt 
Keisner M., Centre mkt 
Keller Jonah, Lexington mkt 
Kelly Jane, Bell Air mkt 
Kelly Julia, Bell Air mkt 
Kelly Mrs., Hanover mkt and 203 

Bell Air mkt 
Kemby William, Hanover mkt 
Kenny C, Hanover mkt 
Kerbz John, Hanover mkt 
Kerchner M. C, Richmond mkt 
Kimmet Catharine, Hanover mkt 
Kine Mrs. Mary, 11 Richmond mkt 
King Alexander, Centre mkt 
King Elizabeth, Hanover mkt 



King H., 8 Hollins mkt 
King M., Lexington mkt 
King Wm., 285 Bell Air mkt 
Kittrick John, Centre mkt 
Kittrick Peter, Bell Air mkt 
Kittring Catharine, 12 Hollins mkt 
Klindfelter Mrs. E., Richmond mkt 
Knight Clare, Lexington mkt 
Krieger George W., Hanover mkt 
Krite Mrs. H., Hollins mkt 
Kroll Mary, Centre mkt 
Kruser Leonard, 6 Hollins mkt 
Lambden Elizabeth, Hanover mkt 
Lamville James, Lexington mkt 
Lander S. M., 49 Centre mkt 
Landey Henry, Hanover mkt 
Landress Mary, Hanover mkt 
Langwell Mrs. E., Lexington mki 

and 1 Centre mkt 
Lanster J. H., 178 Bell Air mkt 
Lawrence Henry, Hollins st mkt 
Laymon Bernard, Centre mkt 
Leach Mrs. E., 15 Richmond inkt 
Le Bond Mrs. J., Lexington mkt 
Lee Joseph, Lexington mkt 
Leeman Charles, Hanover mkt 
Lefler Henry, Fell's Point mkt 
Lemon Ann, Bell Air mkt 
Leonard Mrs. B., Lexington mkt 
Leonard John, Bell Air mkt 
Leonard Richard, Lexington mkt 
Lenz H., Hollins st mkt 
Lesley Wm., Lexington mkt 
Lesseller John, 368 Bell Air mkt 
Lester George W., Lexington mkt 
Levering John, Lexington mkt 
Leving Susanna, Centre mkt 
Lewis M., Lexington mkt 
Lidard Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
Linakamber Mrs., 252 Bell Air mk 
Liner Mary, Centre mkt 
Linthicum & Co., Hanover mkt 
Lippscheinder G., Hollins mkt 
List John, 22 Richmond mkt 
Listter Conrad, Bell Air mkt 
Little Patrick, Hanover mkt 
Lober John, Lexington mkt 
Lomack Thomas, Centre mkt 
Loma.x Thomas, Lexington mkt 



HUCKSTERS. 



131 



Long Mary A., Bell Air mkt 
Long Michael, Lexington mkt and 

Hanover mkt 
Lott Mrs., 77 Centre mkt 
Loux Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Lowery John, Fell's Point mkt 
Lusby D. K., Lexington mkt 
Lusby Wm., 33 Richmond mkt 
Lutz Wm., Centre mkt 
Lyerock Mrs., 287 Bell Air mkt 
McCann Dennis, Bell Air mkt 
McCarthy Miss, Bell Air mkt 
McCarty Martin, Hollins mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
McCarty Michael, 8 Hollins mkt 
McCarty Patrick, Lexington mkt 

and Hollins mkt 
McClaskey Mrs. S., 1 Richmond 

mkt 
McCoaly & Smith, 243 Bell Air mkt 
McConnell E., 2 Richmond mkt 
McConnell Hugh, 2 Richmond mkt 
McConnell William, 31 and 33 Hol- 
lins mkt 
' McConville M. A., 8 Hollins mkt 
McCoon Miss, Bell Air mkt 
McCormick Alexander, Lexington 

mkt 
McCormick John, 3 Richmond mkt 
McCory William F., 313 Bell Air 

mkt 
McCue M., Hanover mkt 
McElroy Samuel, 34 Hollins mkt 
McEvoy Samuel, Lexington mkt 
McGreay Thomas, Bell Air mkt 
McGuire J., 177 Bell Air mkt 
McHugh Thomas, 112^ Light st 

mkt 
McKeldine D. W., Centre mkt 
McLachlin Francis, 31 Centre mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
McTagger Mrs., 210 Bell Air mkt 
Mack Samuel, Lexington mkt 
Maggat Mrs., Centre mkt 
Vlaidlow C, 20 Richmond mkt 
Maidlow Charles C, Lexington mkt 
Vlaidlow & Kane, Centre mkt 
Vlaisch F. J., 11 Hollins mkt 
jilames Susan, 39 Centre mkt 



Marker M., Lexington mkt 
Martin Mrs , 289 Bell Air mkt 
Mason Geo. E., Centre mkt and 

Hanover mkt 
Matthew Mr., Centre mkt 
Matthews Isaac, Lexington mkt 
Matthews John, Lexington mkt 
May Miss A. J., Lexington mkt 
Maylie Jacob, Hanover mkt 
Mayne Jacob, Centre mkt 
Maynua Mrs. Susan, 235 Bell Air 

mkt 
Meeke Wm., Fell's Point mkt 
Melcher Charles, Lexington mkt 
Meller A. W., Hanover mkt 
Meltzcher K., Hanover mkt 
Merchline Caroline, Hanover mkt 
Meredith Wm. B., 97 Centre mkt 
Merrette T. H., Lexington mkt 
Merryman W., 17 Richmond mkt 
Meurer E. Nicholas, Fell's Point 

mkt 
Midlin Martha, Fell's Point mkt 
Miller Annie, Hanover mkt 
Miller Catharine, Hanover mkt 
Miller Frederick, Fell's Point mkt 
Miller John, Hanover mkt 
Miller Miss, 190 Bell Air mkt 
Miller Mrs., 172 Centre mkt, Fell's 

Point mkt, and Bell Air mkt 
Milroy Mrs., Centre mkt 
Mitchell Henry, Bell Air mkt 
Mitchell John, Lexington mkt 
Mitchell John S., Lexington mkt 
Mitchell Mrs. S., Lexington 
Mitchell Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Mitchell S., Centre mkt 
Moore John, Fell's Point mkt 
Morton Dixon, 12 Richmond mkt 
Mulligan Mrs., 17 Richmond mkt 
Murr Jacob, 209 and 211 Hanover 

mkt 
Murray Mrs. Anna, Lexington mkt 
Murray Mrs. C, Lexington mkt 
Murray Mrs., Hanover mkt and 

Centre mkt 
Murray Peter, Fell's Point mkt 
Murraj' Sarah, 61 Centre mkt 
Muser Geo., Fell's Point 



132 



HUCKSTERS. 



Myer Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Myers Patrick, Hanover mkt 
Myser Mrs. M., 11 Richmond mkt 
Nelson Martha, Fell's Point mkt 
Newell J. D , Lexington mkt 
Nicoll Wm. D., 21 Richmond mkt, 

Lexington mkt and Centre mkt 
Nicolas John, 278 Bell Air mkt 
Nicols Caspar, 79 Centre mkt 
Nichols Mrs., Bell Air mkt 
Nighthart Geo., Bell Air mkt 
Nixon John, Hanover mkt 
O'Brien James, 107 Bell Air mkt 
O'Connor Mrs. Margaret, Hanover 

mkt and Centre mkt 
Oddo John, Lexington mkt 
Ogden M. J., Bell Air mkt 
Ogier Nicholas, Lexington mkt 
O'Glaughlin Francis, Hanover mkt 
Orste George, Fell's Point mkt 
Owings Mrs. S., 12 Richmond mkt 
Padeset R., 87 Centre mkt 
Padgett Wm. H., 3 Hollins mkt 
Page E. M., 10 Richmond mkt 
Paine James, Centre mkt 
Parker Miss Mary, 219 Bell Air 

mkt and Fell's Point mkt 
Partner & Law, Fell's Point mkt 
Patterson Mrs. M., 3 and 4 Hollins 

mkt 
Pauden Mary, rLexington mkt 
Peacock Mrs., 239 Bell Air mkt 
Peed Robert, 23 Richmond mkt and 

Centre mkt 
Peel Robert, 253 Bell Air mkt 
Peence Louisa, 10 Hollins mkt 
Pendergrast Thos., Lexington mkt, 

Hanover mkt and Centre mkt 
Perkins Anna, 249 Bell Air mkt 
Perkins William H. H., Centre mkt 

and 273 Bell Air mkt 
Phelps Austin, Lexington mkt 
Phelps Charles, Lexington mkt 
Phillips Mr., Bell Air mkt 
Pilsch Jacob, Centre mkt 
Pierce John R., Lexington mkt 
Piece Michael, Hanover mkt 
Plum Sarah, Hanover mkt 
PlumhoffH. G., 94 Fell's Point mkt 



Porn Catharine, 21 Richmond mkt 

Pout M. R., Bell Air mkt 

Preston Henry, 35 Richmond mkt 

and Lexington mkt 
Price Mrs. S., 7 Richmond mkt 
Pugey Ann J., Lexington mkt 
Pullar Patrick, Hanover mkt 
Purmyer Mrs., 221 and 223 Hanover 

mkt 
Pusf John, Lexington mkt 
Quick Peter, Hanover mkt 
Quinlin & Co., Hanover mkt 
Quinn Mrs. B., 9 Richmond mkt 
Quinn James, Hanover mkt 
Quinn Peter, Centre mkt 
Raband Mr., 211 Bell Air mkt 
Rafing, Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Rainer Joseph D., Hanover mkt 
Ramsey Eliza, Hollins mkt 
Reburger Mrs., 22 Fell's Point mkt 
Redwin Adam, Centre mkt 
Reed Mrs. S., 7 Richmond mkt 
Reed Wm., 42 and 44 Hollins mkt 
Reed Wm. C, 326 Bell Air mkt 
Reel Conradt, Hanover mkt 
Refferty Henry, Centre mkt 
Regan Mrs. M. A., Lexington mkt 
Reuter Fred., 104 Centre mkt 
Rice Caroline, Fell's Point mkt 
Rich Mrs. Anna, 42 Hollins mkt 
Richardson F., Lexington mkt 
Richter William, Lexington mkt 
Richmond Mary Ann, Lexington 

mkt and 113 and 115 Centre mkt 
Richmond Mrs. M., 14 Richmond 

mkt 
Richmond Samuel, 13 Richmond 

mkt 
Rickus G. W., Fell's Point mkt 
Rickert Mary, Centre mkt 
Ridge Mary, Bell Air mkt 
Ridgeway Ann, Bell Air mkt 
Riggins Mrs., Hanover mkt 
Riley Mary, Hollins mkt 
Riley Thomas, Hanover mkt 
Rineck Mary, 57 Hollins mkt 
Rineck Thomas, Lexington mkt 
Ring Edmund, Hollins mkt 
Rite Edward M., Hanover mkt 



HUCKSTERS. 



133 



Rite James, 331 Bell Air mkt 
Rite Joseph, Centre mkt 
Robinson D. N., Lexington mkt and 

HanoTer mkt 
Robertson William, 270 Bell Air 

mkt and 99 Centre mkt 
Robinson Mrs., Centre mkt 
Rodewick C, 17 Hollins mkt 
Rodewig Mrs. C, Hanover mkt 
Roloson Hugh, Hanover mkt 
Rose Jacob, 21 and 23 Hollins mkt 
Ross James D. H., Bell Air mkt 
Rose Mary, Hanover mkt 
Rose Thomas, 81 Centre mkt 
Rost Louis, Centre mkt 
Rott Mrs., 186 Bell Air mkt' 
Rudas Joseph, Hanover mkt 
Ruley Samuel, 37 Fell's Point mkt 
Ruppf Louis, Hollins mkt 
Rupert Dietrich, Hanover mkt 
Russell Fred., 12 Hollins mkt 
Russell Margaret, Lexington mkt, 

Hanover mkt and 71 Centre mkt 
Ryan William, Hanover mkt and 

25 Centre mkt 
Ryett Peter, 48 Hollins mkt 
Sabiller C, Bell Air mkt 
Sallemon Mrs., 14 Fell's Point mkt 
Sanders Mrs., 292 Bell Air mkt 
Sangway E., 99 Centre mkt 
Sapp John W., 309 Bell Air mkt 
Sarnacher Mrs., 234 Bell Air mkt 
Scarb Robert, Lexington mkt 
Schaeffer Mrs. E., 20, 22 and 26 

Hollins mkt 
Schaible C. F., Hanover mkt and 

2 Hollins mkt 
Schmidt Barbara, Hanover mkt 
Schmidt Christian, Fell's Point mkt 
Schmidt Henry, Centre mkt 
Schmidt Mary, Centre mkt 
Schroeder H., 32 Richmond mkt 
Schroeder Mrs., Centre mkt 
Schular Martin, Hanover mkt 
Schumaker Thomas, Hanover ^mkt 

and 110 Centre mkt 
Schawartz John, Hanover mkt 
Scibly Mary, Fell's Point mkt 
Seaman Christina, Hanover mkt 
12 



Seibert Catharine, Bell Air mkt 
Seifert Christopher Hanover mkt 
Selby Peter, Centre mkt 
Seymour H. C, 40 Hollins mkt 
Shaefer William, Hanover mkt 
Share Charles, Bell Air mkt 
Sheeler A. H., Bell Air mkt 
Shepperd Mary, Hanover mkt 
Shipperd Miss C, 13 Richmond mkt 
Shore Christian, Fell's Point mkt 
Shott D., 14 Hollins mkt 
Shumit George, Lexington mkt 
Sladen James, Centre mkt 
Slaisman M., 25 Richmond mkt 
Slater John, Fell's Point mkt 
Slaven P., 9 Centre mkt 
Slaysman Mrs., Centre mkt 
Slewhouse Eliza, Lexington mkt 
Smercher Henry, Centre mkt 
Smerst Mrs., 230 Bell Air mkt 
Smith Andrew C, Bell Air mkt 
Smith Ann, Hanover mkt and 92 

Centre mkt 
Smith Eliza, Hanover mkt 
Smith E. H., 191 Centre mkt 
Smith Geo., W Lexington mkt 
Smith Henry, Hanover mkt and 

Centre mkt and Lexington mkt 
Smith James, Centre mkt 
Smith John, 8 Hollins mkt, Fell's 

Point mkt, and Lexington mkt 
Smith Mary, Hanover mkt 
Smith N., 87 Centre mkt 
Snider Jacob C, 208 Bell Air mkt 
Snydef & Frush, 16 Richmond mkt 

and Centre mkt 
Spillman Martin, 9 Hollins mkt 
Spoke C, 18 Richmond mkt 
Spungenberg Mrs. M., Hanover 

mkt 
Sput Christian, Bell Air mkt 
St. John James, 250 Bell Air mkt 
Stakeman John, Hanover mkt 
Stanley Maria, Fell's Point mkt 
Stephenson J. B., Fell's Point mkt 
Stevens E., 11 and 13 Centre mkt 
Stewart James, 12 Richmond mkt 
Stewart P., Centre mkt 



134 



HUCKSTERS. 



Stewart Duncan & Co., Hanover 

mkt 
Storm G. N., Hanover mkt 
Straus Mrs., 228 Bell Air mkt 
Strong J. E., 1 Richmond mkt 
Sturgeon Fred'k 335 Bell Air mkt 
Sungstram Rachael, Hanover mkt 
Swan Ann, 22 Centre mkt 
Swansburg Mrs. M., 35 Hollins mkt 
Sweakenodekloren George, Hano- 
ver mkt 
Sweeny Owen, Lexington mkt 
Tabull G., Lexington mkt 
Taggert Mrs., 24 Richmond mkt 
Talbot E. G., Centre mkt 
Taylor Wm., Bell Air mkt and 

Fell's Point mkt 
Teller Mrs. S., Lexington mkt 
Telly A. G., Centre mkt 
Theal Mrs. P., Lexington mkt 
Thompson Mrs. Mary, E Lexington 

mkt 
Thornton John, Lexington mkt 
Thorp Cath., Centre mkt 
Tighe John, Bell Air mkt 
Tile Mrs., Bell Air mkt 
Tisner Amos, Fell's Point mkt 
Toft John, 19 Richmond mkt 
Torsbeek John, Lexington mkt 
Townsend Charlotte, Centre mkt 
Townsend William, Hanover mkt 
Tracey Mrs. Ruth, Lexington mkt 
Tracey S. S., Hollins mkt 
Tracey Thos., Lexington mkt 
Tratel Henry, Lexington mkt 
Trayson Mrs. Ruth, Hanover mkt 
Tubbs John, Hollins st mkt 
Tuffman Leonard, 295 Hanover mkt 
Turner M., Lexington mkt 
Tuskin E., Centre mkt 
Tuston Mrs., 233 Bell Air mkt 
Van Collom Miss, Hanover mkt 
Vandolph Richard, Bell Air mkt 
Varney M. J., Bell Air mkt 
Vincent James, Hanover mkt 
Vinhiller Gottfred, 294 Bell Air mkt 
Vondergreen M., Bell Air mkt 
Von Hagel Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
Wagner Catharine, Bell Air mkt 



Wagner George, Bell Air mkt 
Walker Mrs., Centre mkt 
Walker Samuel, Lexington mkt 
Wallace Martin, Lexington mkt 
Ward James E., Bell Air mkt 
Warfield Caleb, Hanover mkt 
Warfield D. & C, Lexington mkt 
Warfield E. & C, Centre mkt 
Warfield John, Centre mkt and 

Lexington mkt 
Warner Mary, 33 Fell's Point mkt 
Warrington John E., 31 and 33 

Fell's Point mkt 
Watts Mrs. C, Bell Air mkt 
Way George W., Hanover mkt 
Wayson Mrs., Bell Air mkt 
Weaver Francis, Hanover mkt 
Wedekine Eliza, Centre mkt 
Wegard Elizabeth, Hanover mkt 
Welden George, 116, 118 Centre mkt 
Welk Michael, Hanover mkt 
Wheeler A., 95 Centre mkt 
Wheeler Charles, Hollins mkt 
White T. W., Lexington mkt 
Whitfield Eliza, Bell Air mkt 
Whitestone Julia, Lexington mkt 
Wienholt Christopher, Centre mkt 
Wigond Elizabeth, Centre mkt 
Wilkison James, Hanover mkt 
Willoustub Mary, Hollins mkt 
Wilson James, Lexington mkt 
Wilt Anna, Bell Air mkt 
Wingerder Mary, 89 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Winn Miss H., 2 Richmond mkt 
Wolf Mrs. A., Lexington mkt 
Wolf Frederick, Lexington mkt 
Wood B., Fell's Point mkt 
Wood Mrs., 225 Bell Air mkt 
Wooden James, 4 Richmond mkt 
Woodfield J?)hn, 75 Fell's Point mkt 
Wright Edward M., Lexington mkt 
Wright Luther, Bell Air mkt 
Young Mrs. C, 10 Richmond mkt 
Youngman Wm., Hanover mkt 
Zaro Catharine, 25 Centre mkt 
Zell Lewis A., Hollins mkt 



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*Hydrant Manufacturer. 
Clark L. P., 44 Holiday 

^Hydrometers. 
SHARP & DOHME, Importers of 
HYDROMETERS for ALCOHOL, 
LYES, SUGAR, &c., CHEMI- 
CAL APPARATUS, BAROME- 
TERS, Ac, Howard and Pratt sts 

Ice Dealers. 

Cochran T. J. & Co., W Fall's av 
Kephart Peter, 16 Dover 
Oler W. H., 176 W Fall's av 
SUMWALT DAVID, Mulberry c 
Howard 

India Rubber Goods. 

Corbitt Isaac, 93 TV Baltimore 
MAXWELL W. G., 166 W Balti- 
more 

Infirmaries. 

Baltimore, S W c Green and Lom- 
bard 

Union Protestant, Division bel 
Mosher and McMechin 

Ink Makers. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

Insurance Agents. 

Boggs Wm. & Co., 12 S Gay 
Carey George, Second adj Post 

Office 
Didier Henry A., Commercial bdg, 

45 S Gay 
ENGLER ADOLPH, 18 Second, 

AGENT FOR GERMANIA FIRE 

INSURANCE CO. OF NEW 

YORK 
HOPPER'S S. W. T., 69 Second, 

op Town Clock, old established 

Insurance Agency. Fire, Life, 

and Marine Insurance. 




COALE GEO. B,, 

GENERAL 

,111 ■* 

AGENCY, 

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, 

45 and 47 S Gay. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO 

Cash assets, $1,000,000. 

HOME INSURANCE CO., of New 
York, 

Cash assets, $1,700,000. 

NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSU- 
RANCE CO., Hartford, 

Cash assets, §575,000. 



COALE JAS. CAREY, 
MAEINE INSURANCE BROKER, 

AGENT 

FOR THE 

UNDERWRITERS AT 

LLOYDS, LIVERPOOL, 
GLASGOW, 

and 
NEW YORK, 

Exchange Place, Baltimore. 

Marine Protests noted and ex 
TENDED, and Marine Losses 

ADJUSTED. 



136 



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JOHNSON'S 

, INSURANCE ROOMS, 

73 & 75 Second Street, 
BALTIMORE. 

Luckett R. C, 83 Second 

MACKENZIE COLIN, 79 Second 

MONTAGUE CHAS. P., 
77 Second, 

MARINE, FIRE, and LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 

PROUD J. G. & SONS, 63 Second 

RICHARDSON E. J. & SONS, 9 
North. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

SPEAR WILLIAM, 65 Second 

Thompson S. G., 24 Second 

Trump C. N., 59 Second 

Webb Wm. P., 89 Second 

Wilson H. P. C, 5 North 

Insurance Companies, Fire. 

Associated Fire, 4 South 

^TNA INSURANCE OF HART- 
FORD. J. G. PROUD & SONS, 
AGENTS, 63 SECOND 

Baltimore, S W c South and Water 

Baltimore Equitable Society, 19 
South 

Firemen's South c Second 

Howard, South c Second 

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, 58 
Exchange pi 

Maryland Fire Insurance Co., N W 
c Baltimore and North 

National, 30 South 

Peabody (The), Second adj Post 
Office 

Insurance Companies, Life. 

Baltimore, 7 South 

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, 58 

Exchange pi 
Mutual, Geo. Carey, agt., Second 

adj P ' 



Insurance Comp'ies, Marine. 

Baltimore (The) Marine Insu- 
rance Company, 

Corner of South and Water Sts. 

JAMES HOOPER, Jr., President. 
WM. L. MONTAGUE, Jr. 

Vice-President. 

MARYLAND MUTUAL (MA- 
RINE) INSURANCE CO., 58 
EXCHANGE PLACE, ahjolving 
THE Post Office. WILLIAM 
KREBS. Secretary. WM. W. 
SPENCER, President. 




Inspectors. 

Dutton John, North (Lime) 
Flour Inspector's Office, N W c Ger- 
man and Howard 



E. J. RICHARDSON & SONS, Agents, 

No. 9 North Street, Baltimore, Md. 



NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY: 

Accumulated Capital $2,700,000. 



THE MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.: 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY: 

Capital and Surplus $800,000. 



THE MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE CO.: 

Capital $100,000. 

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY: 

Cash Capital $330,000. 

LAMAR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY: 

Capital, all paid up in Cash, $300,000. 



NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO.: 

Cash Capital $500,000. 



Corner of Eulaw and Camden Streets, 

Nearly opposite Camden Station, 
BALTIMORE. 



IRO 



IRO 



137 



Intelligence Offices. 

Clancy Mrs. M., 202 N Eutaw 
McELMOYLE, A., 8 N Frederick 

Iron Fencing, Railings, 
, Doors, Shutters, &c. 

Dufur & Co., Uhler's al n S Charles 
SMITH J. A., 182 Columbia, bet 
Fremont and Scott, Manufacturer 
of Wrought and Cast Iron Rail- 
ings for Cemeteries, Public and 
Private Buildings, &c. Orders 
respectfully solicited. 
Treulieb John, 17 Ensor 

Iron Founders. 

ASHLAND IRON WORKS, GEO. 
SMALL, President, opposite 64 
North 
Bates James, President c Stiles 
Benson B. S., 62 E Monument 
Blake Joel N., North c Franklin 
Deumead A. & W. & Son, North o 

Monument 
HAYWARD, BARTLETT & CO., 

24 Light and Scott c Pratt 
HAZLEHURST & CO., William c 

Hughes 
HEATH F. W., 2 Gillingham al, r 
44 S Howard, IRON FOUNDER 
and PLOUGH MANUFACTU- 
RER. CASTINGS MADE TO 
ORDER. 
Keener John H., 46 Thames 
KILGOUR DAVID, Manufacturer 
of all kinds of NUTS and WASH- 
ERS, Punching Iron Railing, 
&c., Armstead lane, and Iron 
Foundry, York street. 
Larrabee H. C, Plowman c Front 
POOLE & HUNT, 161 North 
RUSSELL JAS., 132 Thames 
Sexton S., 158 Conway 
WEISKITTEL A., Nos. 302, 304, 
306 and 308 Alice Anna bet Wash- 
ington and Chester, Fell's Point. 
Always on hand, all kinds of 
Stoves and Hollow Ware Castings. 
All orders will be attended to 

12* 



with dispatch, and on accommo- 
dating terms. 

Iron Gas Tubes. 

BASSHOR THOMAS C. & CO., 26 
Light. (See advertisement op. 
Brass.) 

Iron Manufacturers. 

PATTERSON J. W. & E., 24 South 
STICKNEY & CO., Dealers in 
NAILS, PIG IRON, and CUM- 
BERLAND COAL, and Manu- 
FACTURERS OP BALTIMORE 
PIG IRON, Office 57 Exchange pi 
TYSON JAMES W., 7 South "Elba 
Furnace." 

Iron Merchants. 

Hartshorne Joshua, 92 W Lombard 
KEYSER, TROXELL & CO., 19 S 

Calvert 
Oudesluys Charles L., 57 S Gay 

E. PRATT & BRO., 



27 and 29 S. Charles. 

IRON, CUT NAILS, SPIKES, 
HORSE AND MULE SHOES, TIN 
PLATE, LEAD, ZINC, COPPER, 
&c., Ac, TAUNTON YELLOW 
METAL AND CUMBERLAND 
COAL. 

ROGERS & BROOKE, 53 Exchange 
pi, AVALON NAILS AND BOIL- 
ER PLATES, CHARCOAL, 
WHEEL AND FORGE PIG 
IRON, ANTHRACITE PIG 
IRON, CHARCOAL BLOOMS, 
WESTMINSTER IRON ORE. 
Stein E. A.. 99 W Lombard 
STICKNEY & CO., 57 Exchange pi 
WETHERALL W. G., 16 Water 



138 



JEW 



JUN 



Iron and Steel. 

KEYSER, TROXELL & CO., 19 S 

Calvert 
WETHERALL W. G., 16 Water, 

Importer, Dealer and Agent 

FOR ALL Descriptions of IRON 

AND STEEL 
Wyeth & Brother, 25 S Charles 

Ivory "Work. 

Filler Frederick, 3 Park 

Japanned "Ware and Japan- 
ners. 

Hanling P. M., 21 Grant 
Walker W. F., 48 German 

Je-w^ellers. 

{See also Watches and Jewel- 
lers.) 
Adams Samuel, 20 E Pratt 
Behrens Jacob, 93 N Gay 
Bein Charles, 81 W Lexington 
BLAKE CHAS., 217 W Baltimore 
Brackland B., 8 E Pratt 
Brown James, 62 Ensor 
Busch L., 279 N Gay 
Crawford Wm., 7 Frederick 
Ebaugh H., Ill N Gay 
Fettings J., 205 E Baltimore 
Franklin George, 25 Harrison 
Freinsheim Chas., 153 W Madison 
Friederich John, 183 E Baltimore 
GEHRING J. G., 194 N Gay 
Groneberg Edw., 70 E Baltimore 
Heitner J., 2 S Charles 
HOFFMEISTER JOHN, Manufac- 
turer of Fine GOLD JEWELRY, 
Dealer in Gold and Silver 
Watches, 78 N Pearl bet Lex- 
ington and Saratoga, Watches 
and Jewelry Repaired with care. 
Hubers H., 215 S Broadway 
Hybbeneth A., Eutaw c Marion 
JANOWITZ S., 137 W Baltimore 
JATHO HENRY, c Baltimore and 
High, Repairs Watches, Clocks, 
and Jewelry, on the most reason- 
able terms. 



Kellner Michael, 273 N Gay 
Kerlinger J. Chas., 13U N Gay 
Kesmodel Martin, Bank la 
Klueber Chas. J., 29 W Fayette 
Kramer F., 319 N Gay 
Kummer Wolf, 79 Thames , 

Price R.. 1 Grant c Baltimore 
Raine Albert, 109 E Pratt 
Raith Charles, 69 Penn av 
Riefner John G., 243 Alice Anna 
Rietsch Otto, 171 Franklin 
Rupp Conrad, 270 Canton av 
SAVILLE JAMES H., llOi W 

Baltimore 
SchaumloeflFel W., 46 Ross 
Sommer Jacob, 285 S Bond 
Sommer John Philip, 231^ S Broad- 
way 
WEBB GEO. W., S E Baltimore 
and Light 

Job Printers. 

{See Printers.) 

Junk Dealers. 

(See also Rag Dealers ; also Paper 
Stock.) 

ASH GEORGE T., 128 Dugan's 

whf 
Ayler John, 292 S Caroline 
BAER LEWIS & BRO., pay the 
highest cash prices for Wool, 
Hides, Sheep Skins, Rags, 
Feathers, Copper, Brass, 
Pewter, Lead, Iron, Bees- 
wax, Wool and Furs of all 
kinds, 3 and 5 Camden bet 
Charles and Light 
Barrett William, 264 S Charles 
Bolte Simon, 91 Chesnut 
Bohager Francis, 11 Bank 
Broderick John T., 86 Greenmount 

av 
Brown & Short, 186 Light st whf 
Bourdon Frank, 52 Chesnut 
BOWMAN WILLIAM, dealer in 
WROUGHT AND CAST SCRAP 
IRON, Old Copper, Brass, 
Lead, Pewtee, Zinc, &c. All 



JUN 



KNI 



139 



kinds of Paper Stock, such as 
Rags, Canvas, Old Eobe, Bag- 
ging, &c., which he is prepared 
to purchase in large or small 
quantities, at the highest market 
. prices, Cash. A large assort- 
ment of Second Hand Cotton, 
Linen, and Gunny Bags con- 
stantly on hand, for sale low, 
suitable for Bark, Feed, Grain, 
&c., second hand Blacksmith's 
Goods, such as Anvils, Bel- 
lows, Vices, Hammers, &c. 
MACHINERY such as Pulleys, 
Shafting, and Leather Belt- 
ing. A general assortment of 
the above articles always on hand. 
N. B. Old Iron suitable for Black- 
smiths, (fcc. Iron Yard c Eden 
and Eastern av 
CHURCH & BROWN, 4 Dugan 
Coleman & Cleaveland, 48 Thames 
Deal Frederick, 292 Alice Anna 
Dooley Thomas, 10 Central av 
FRANK GEORGE M., 51 Thames 
GARDNER ROBERT, Chesuut c 

Hillen 
Gordon Mrs. A., 34 President 
Grober Jacob, 200 S Sharp 
Haines Henry, 157 Henrietta 
Holmes Charles, 287 S Charles 
Hulseman Henry, 128 Thames 
Kernan Thos., 15 McKim 
Kettler Frederick A., 305 S Bond 
Lancaster Mrs. R., 66 Penn av 
LEDDON GEORGE, 128 Dugan's 
whf, dealer in second hand Stand- 
ing and Running Rigging, An- 
chors, Hooks, Thimbles, Oakum, 
Rope, Tar, &c. 
Loos Peter, 22 Spring 
Lowey P., 345 S Charles 
McConnell P., 730 W Baltimore 
McTeer Simon, 85 Chesnut 
Riddle & Johnson, 1 W Fall's av 

block 
SAVAGE CHARLES E., 34 and 36 
Lee, Wholesale and Retail dealer 
in Cotton Rags, SOFT WOOL- 1 



LENS, CLOTH, Rope and Paper 
STOCK, Old Iron, Copper, 
Brass, Lead, Pewter, Zinc, 
Glass, Old Rubber, &c. 
Schmitt Conrad, 68 N Fremont 
Sparenberg Henry, 19 Leadenhall 
Steigerwald H., 255 Hollins 
Stone Robert. 265 E Lombard 
Taylor & Brothers, 170 Light st whf 
Whitner Frank, 82 Lancaster 
Winternik Chas., 79 S Howard 
Winternitz Sam'l G., 26 Penna av 
Wise John, 2 Castel av 
Zorn Adam T., 12 Spring 

Justice of the Peace. 

{Seealso Magistrates.) 
Forrester Allen E., 28 St Paul 
Hay ward Wm. H., N W c St Paul 

and Fayette 
Hiss Chas. D., 34 South 

'}-l¥*i«g-AmhroseJJI., 47 N Eutaw - 
Johnson Joseph, 58 Camden 
-Legsir Jo»:-T:, 411 W Baltimore 

rrereRS^- ^DWAED J., 12 Law 
bdg's, 36 St Paul 
Reid Wm. H., 101 N Paea v(/>^ 

HR i ttcrGoo. W^ 28 St Paal ' ' ' ' 
Shipley Jos., 520 W Baltimore 
Showacke John, 58 S Eutaw 
WUson P. T.. 26 St Paul 

Kindling Wood. 

{See also Wood.) 

Johnson James H., 3 North 
McCULLOUGH JOHN, Yard and 
Office, Pratt and Fremont and 
Park and Fayette. Wharf, Eu 
taw. (See advertisement.) 

Knitted Goods. 

{See also Hosiery.) 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 






140 



LAD 



LAD 



Laces and Embroideries. 

{See also Hosiery; also Trim- 
mings.) 

BAMBERGER BROTHERS, 147 
W Lexington 

BONNEY E., 147 W Baltimore 

BRUNT MRS. THOS., 189 Balti- 
more op St Paul 

BRYAN SAMUEL L. & CO., 221 
W Baltimore 

FOUDRIAT MADAME, 64 W Lex- 
ington 

GOLDEXBERG & WEINBERG, 
163 W Baltimore, Millinery 
Goods, Kid Gloves, &c. 

HAMMERSLOUGH LEWIS, 155 
W Lexington 

HUTZLER M. & SON, Dealers in 
Embroideries, Laces, Hoop Skirts, 
Notions, &c., 71 N Howard c Clay 

Linden E. C, 143 W Baltimore 

TOLDRIDGE MRS. E., 191 W 
Baltimore 

Ladies' Dress Patterns. 

Mitchell Mrs. C. W., 63 E Baltimore 

MULLER MRS. LOUIS, 110 W 

Baltimore. (See advertisement.) 

Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 
Retail. 

{See also Trimmings.) 
Beck Mrs. M. E., 115 N Gay 
O'Leary Miss A. 0., Charles c 

Pleasant 
Schultze Miss H., 38 N Charles 

Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 
Wholesale. 

BAMBERGER E., 274 W Baltimore 
BRYAN SAMUEL L. & CO., 221 
W Baltimore, 4 doors bel Charles, 
Manufacturers and Dealers in 
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, 
Hoop Skirts, Embroideries, 
Laces, White Goods and Sun 
Umbrellas. 
DROST & SUTRO, 253 W Baltimore 



Novelty, Ruffle A; Co., 7 N Liberty 
SISCO BROTHERS, 95 W Balti- 
more 



TRIBLE JOHN E., 
223 W. BALTIMORE, 

Manufacturer of 

LADIES' DRESS 

AND 

Mantilla Trimmings, 

HEAD NETS, &c. 

^Ladies' Hair Dressers. 

{See Hair Dressers, Ladies'.) 

Ladies' Head Dresses. 

BROWN M. & S., 243 W Baltimore, 
up stairs 

BRUNT MRS. THOS., 

189 W. Baltimore, op. St. Paul, 

Rich Embroideries 

AND 

FANCY PINS, MOURNING 

GOODS, ILLUSIONS, CAPES, 

CAPS AND HEAD DRESSES 

In Great Variety. 

Sim Mrs. J., 495i W Baltimore 
TOLDRIDGE MRS. E., 191 W Bal- 
timore bet Charles and Light, 
• dealer in Dress Caps, Head Dres- 
ses, Laces, Embroideries, French 
Flowers, &c., wholesale and re- 
tail. 
TRIBLE JOHN E., 223 E Haiti- 
more 



LAGER BEER SALOONS. 



141 



Lager Beer Saloons. 

{See also Brewers, Lager Beer ; 
also Restaurants ; also Ta- 
verns.) 

Albers Siebelt, 290 S Ann 

Albert J. G.. 33 N Paca 

Alles Philip, 52 Harrison 

AMAN FREDERICK G., 53 S Li- 
berty, LAGER BEER SALOON. 
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

Amass W. Y., 504 N Gay 

AUER JACOB, Mulberry c How- 
ard 

BACHMAN FREDERICK, 215 S 
Eutaw 

Bailey William T., 240 E Lombard 

Bartell C, 6 E Lombard 

BAUMGARTNER A., 45 Albemarle 

Becht James H., Thames c Anna 

BEERE PATRICK, 63 President 

Bellevue Garden, Henry Myers, 
Proprietor, W Baltimore, op. 
Stuart's Hospital 

Ben Charles, 99 N Paca 

Benner Otto, 100 Pennsylvania av 

Betsel George, 68 Lancaster 

Bitter L., 5 W Pratt 

Black Mrs., 242 Canton av 

Blanck John, 471 W Baltimore 

BOBART THOMAS, 242 S Broad- 
way 

Boebm Constine, 50 S Wolf 

BOLLER WM. , 639 W Baltimore 

BOTHMAN GUSTAVE, S Eutaw 
c Lee 

Bowman Philip, 43 N Frederick 

Brandau Frederick, 59 President 

Braul W., 45 E Pratt 

BREMMER C. H., 243 Hanover 

Brock John M., 6 E Pratt 

Bucksbaum J., Central av c Lom- 
bard 

Bushman C. A., 201 W Lexington 

Campbell James 55 N Frederick 

Cella John, 66 President 

Christ & Koltz, 8 E Monument 

Clark Mrs., 7 Clay 

Clum Chas., 23 Cross 



Cook Henry, 241 Alice Anna 
Cooper John, 7 Fish market space 
Cooper Mrs. G., 107 E Pratt 
Daiker John, 34 N Liberty 
Dasehall John F., 271 N Gay 
Dash John P., 189 Hollins 
Doerneg Henry. 20 Park 
Duffy Simon, 178 Harford av 
Eckhardt Conrad, 85 Harrison 
Eickhoff T., 43 North 
Eigenbrot Chas., 277 S Sharp 
Eilbecher John V., 16 Lee 
Engel Henry, 17 Harrison 
Erpenbeck Henry, 219 S Broadway 
Eveland John, 311 Fall's av 

block 
Eyes Charles, 167 Penn av 
Faber T., 272 S Broadway 
FEIGE A. H., 49 N Frederick 
Fisher Chr., 20 Frederick 
Fisher Eliza, 79 Chesnut 
Flock Andrew, 253 S Bond 
Frank A., Gilmor c Townsend 
Freckmann Joseph, 68 S Eutaw 
Freeberger Wolf, 32 S Paca 
Fulling John, 211 W Pratt 
Fuss John, 530 W Baltimore 
GARDNER FR., importer of Rhine 
wines and lager beer saloon, 8 N 
High 
Gaueatry C, 114 Thames 
Grub L., 100 Light st whf 
Gruss Wm , 179 W Lexington 
Gumbern Michael, 75 Columbia 
Haacke C. W., 82 S Dallas 
Haffey Mrs. M. D., 64 President 
Hagger Henry, 178 E Baltimore 
Hahn Herman, Frederick c Fay- 
ette 
Hains Thomas S., Central av c 

Jefferson 
Hause Conrad, 256 S Caroline 
Hause Michl., Broadway c Thames 
Heck George, Caroline c Jefferson 
Held John, 23 N Frederick 
Heil Herman, 280 S Broadway 
Helwig August, 44 Leadenhall 
Hendrick Henry, 17 S Liberty 
Henkal Martin, 254 Central av 



142 



LAGER BEER SALOONS. 



Herford Julius, 240 S Broadway 
Herman Leer, 14 Park 
Hesch J., 463 W Baltimore 
Hett .Henry, 141 W Lombard 
HIELLER JOHN, Restaurant 
and Lager Beer Saloon, 17 N 
Liberty 
Hildebrand Charles F., 93 Thames 
Hoffman George, 145 W Lombard 
Hoffman Joseph H., 552 W Balti- 
more 
Hogan John, 26 N Gay 
Holier John, 60 Camden 
Hoopes R., 244 Washington 
Horr John, 158 S Broadway 
Horr Wm., 253 Canton av 
Huber Wm., 295 N Gay 
Johannes Henrv, 74 N Pearl 
JONES MRS. BERTHA, Lombard 

c Marsh mkt space 
Jordan C, 195 S Sharp 
Jouffret M., 25 N Frederick 
Jung Theodore, 446 W Baltimore 
Jungen Geo. P., 65 Mkt space 
Jerger John, 67 Mkt space 
Kaiser Charles, 16 E Lombard 
Kalle Henry, 21 N Frederick 
Kauckf J., 266 S Broadway 
Kaufmann Chas., 187 Montgomery 
Kaylor Wm., 3 Camden la 
KIELMEIER MAX, 42 Clay 
KINZER JOHN, 172 E Madison 
Kirsch Louis, 473 N Gay 
Klages Frederick, Pratt c President 
Klein E., 151 S Charles 
Kleish John, 269 S Ann 
Kloch F., 671 W Baltimore 
Knapp Paul, Mount st 
Kneictstedt Henry, 126 W Lombard 
Knipschild John, 80 S Eutaw 
Kohlas John, 60 S Wolfe 
Kohler John, 44 Lee 
Kolb John, 259 W Pratt 
Kopp Ferdinand, 108 Hughes 
Kraft Charles, Penn av c Orchard 
Krantz Geo., 13 E Pratt 
Krause John H., 35 N Frederick 
Kremer Jacob, 319 S Bond 
KRIEG PETER, 247 Alice Anna 



Kroder John, 45 German 
Xuhn Adam, 497 N Gay 
Lagge J. T., 47 N Frederick 
Le Brow T. C, 223 E Lombard 
Leffer Chas., 33 Ensor 
Letter Henry, 341 S Charles 
Liedz Henry, 58^ Mulberry 
Linder B., N Front c Gay 
Link Conrad, 225 Alice Anna 
Litzner John, Ann c Eastern av 
Loengi Albert, 648 W Baltimore 
Loos Henry, 12 N Frederick 
MATTHAS PETER, 231 S Broad- 
way 
Menger H., 262 Canton av 
Metz John F., Cross c Hanover 
Metzman Louis, 42 N Caroline 
MEYER GEO., 125 Franklin 
MEYER MRS. K., 44 N Frederick 
Meyer Peter, 60 Mkt space 
Meyers John, 39 German 
Miller Frederick, 1 Dover 
MINTERLEIN FRED,, 131 W 

Lexington 
Mitchel Jos. C, Baltimore c Frede- 
rick av 
Mormann Nicholas, 122 N Howard 
Muhl Conrad 249 Alice Anna 
Muller Christian, 244 Alice Anna 
Neuberger Samuel, Broadway c 

Thames 
Ochs Daniel, Bell Air av 
Ochs Thomas, Central av c Pratt 
Odenwalds Philip, 147 W Lombard 
O'Hara Peter, 12 Fish mkt space 
Ostertag B., 156 Franklin 
Otto Charles, Spring c Gough 
Otto Theodore, 41 Harrison 
Perkins Frederick, 251 Canton av 
Pfaff Conrad, 53 Bank 
Pfeil August, n Brown 
Pohr H. S., 11 W Fayette 
Popp John, 43 Ensor 
Pregel Matthias, 57 N Frederick 
Randft Joseph, 356 W Pratt 
REDFIELD MRS. ANGELINE, S 

Caroline c Fleet 
Rehmert G., 223 Alice Anna 
REICHERT CONRAD, 267 N Gay 



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LAGER BEER SALOONS. 



143 



Reik L. F., 697 W Baltimore 
Reitz ^Martin, 245 S Broadway 
Reynolds John, 556 W Baltimore 
Rhine Louis, 250 S Broadway 
Richter A., 7 Clay 
Richter Lawrence, 22-4 S Broadway 
Richter Louis, Alice Anna c Ann 
Ringler George, 244 Canton av 
Roese Henry, 302 Montgomery 
iRoesninck F. W., 117 Thames 
Rogdes Amos C, 788 W Baltimore 
Rose Henry, 302 Montgomery 
Rosenthal Simon, 6 Central av 
IROTH GEORGE, 737 W Baltimore 
IROTHHAAS JOHN, 26 E Lombard 
Rowe John, 93 Low 
Ruppert Joseph, 215 Eastern av 
[Schaeffer Charles W., Canton c 
I Washington 

SCHALLHAS WM., 35 N Paca 
ISchauer George, 199 E Pratt 
[ ScheflFer John, 39 S Paca 
iScherer John, 582 W Baltimore 
SCHIERBAUM AUGUSTUS, 74 S 
i Charles 

Schieve Mrs. B., 13 New 
SCHxMEIMG A., 98 Thames 
SCHMITH JOHN, 241 Eastern av 
iSchmitz T., 645 W Baltimore 
Schnapp R., Paca c Ross 
Schreiber E., 286 S Ann 
Schuckle Charles F., 112 Ross 
Schueszler Lorenz, 38 S Wolf 
Schuh Charles, 385 Canton av 
Schultheiss J., 267 S Ann 
Schultz Andrew, 103 E Pratt 
iSchuneke John, 28 Albemarle 
tSchutze August, 302 S Caroline 
iSchutze J., 58 Ensor 
'Schwab Conrad, 72 N Fremont 
iSchwartzhaupt Conrad, Albemarle 

c Plowman 
Schwick Reuben, 601 N Gay 
Schwing George, 98 Central av 
Schwinn H., 114 Franklin 
Schwinn Jacob, S E c Concord and 

Pratt 



SENFT HEXRY, 

IMPORTER 

and 

WHOLESALE DEALER IX 

RHINE WINE, 

Paca c Baltimore. 

Shillinger Mrs. J., Washington c 

Warren 
Siebold T., 351 Saratoga 
Sittig Henry, 255 S Bond 
Silverstine Philip, 213 Central av 
Sinsz Nicholas, 42 Hughes 
Skorl Carl, 113 Hollins 
Smith C, Penn. av c Biddle 
Smith Joseph, 163 Franklin 
Smith Lewis, 54 German 
Smith Peter, 292 ,S Ann 
Snyder Stephen, 27 W Fayette 
Speidel Jacob F., 14 President 
STINNER JOHN, 83 Mulberry 
Straus G. W., 61 S Charles 
Strifer Jacob, 186 E Baltimore 
Strohmaier B., 171 Franklin 
Stureen George, 79 Bank 
SULTAN HENRY, TURNER AS- 
SOCIATION (MEALS AT ALL 
HOURS OF THE DAY;, 300 W 
Pratt 
Sykes Charles, 42 E Pratt 
TEEPE WM., 13 Frederick 
Theuerjuhe W. F., 57 Hanover 
Triess John F., 94 Thames 
Vieneg Henry, 264 Canton av 
Yoight Wm. A., 348 Light 
Vogle Henry, 104 N Howard 
Vonheine John H., 67 S Howard 
Walter Philip, 247 Central av 
Weaver Elizabeth, 260 S Broad- 
way 
Weil M. H,, 19 Frederick 
Weiss John, 56 Park 
Wessells A., 282 S Ann 
Wetschky Charles, Thames c Ann 
Weyhing Albert, 796 W Baltimore 
Wiegand Henry C, S E c Camden 
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"Wiegand John, Broadway c Lan- 
caster 
Winchester John, 33 Thames 
Wode Louis, 292 S Charles 
Wolflong Henry, Concord c Lom- 
bard 
Young Allen, 27 Ensor 
Zuel Conrad, 219 Light 

Lamps and Chandeliers. 

{See also Gas Fixtures.) 
AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved op Oil.) 
BOOZ JAMES, 66 S Caroline, Deal- 
er IN LAMPS, WICKS, CHIM- 
NEYS, BURNERS, &c. Also 
Coal Oil. 
Chappell Mrs. L., 185 Mulberry 
COOK & HERRING, 7 S Charles. 

(See advertisement op. China.) 
GARDNER WM. G. & CO., 1 S Lib- 
erty. (See advertisement op Oils.) 
Hamill R. W. & Co., 64 Hanover 
HAMILL & CO., 125 N Gay 
Hardester Thomas, 250 Light 
HARDESTER & BOKEE, 321 W 

Baltimore n Howard 
Horton Wm.,434 W Baltimore 
Lenz Henry, 665 W Baltimore 
Massicot Robert, 338 N Gay 
Merrick Conrad, 841 W Baltimore 
Merz Henry, 254 W Pratt . 
NEWBOLD J. F., 2 E Baltimore 
SchaefFer Wm. H., 128 Penna av 
Schle Mrs. E., 153 Franklin 
Spile kerW. &H., 136 W Baltimore 
Treusch P., 236 S Broadway 
WAGNER AUGUST, 36 Harrison. 
(See advertisement interleaved op 
Brass Founders.) 
Waidner Mrs. Caroline, 742 W Bal- 
timore 

Land Companies. 

The Brooklyn Building and Aid 
Union. The Brooklyn Land Com- 
pany. The Patapsco Land Com- 
pany. R. W. Templeman, Sec'y, 
48 Lexington. 



Last Manufacturers. 

Marchell J. L., Lombard c Grant 
Merriken J. S., 118 W Lombard 

Laundry. 

Search C, 1 E Baltimore 

Lawyers. 

Alexander William-, 74 W^ayette ^ 
Atkinson Joseph T., 36 St Paul 
Baldwin R. W., 29 St Paul 
Bannon M., 32 St Paul 
Barry Lewellyn L., 80 W Fayette 
Battee R R. , 24 St Paul 
Benzinger Fred. F., 19 Law Bdgs 

BERRY THOMAS W., .:^v^ 
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 
82 W Fayette 
Blackburn John C, 34 St Paul 
BLANCHARD E. WYATT, 38 St 

Paul 
Bond Geo. M., 33 St Paul -, 

Bond Win. B., 32 St Pairi ' ■■'■ ' 
BOULDIN R. J., 6 St Paul 
.JBrent Robert J., 31 W Lexinfftoa ^Aa 
Brice Geo. H., 46 St Paul ; /^^ 
Brickenstein L. C, 43 N Charles 
BROWNING WARFIELD T., 59 

W Fayette 
Brune Fred. W., 40 St Paul 
Brune F. W., jr., 9 N Calvert 
Brown Geo. Wm., 40 St Paul 
Brown Stewart, 40 St Paul 
Brown & Brune, 40 St Paul 
Bryan W. S., 36 St Paul 
Byrd Alfred H., 17 St Paul ^ 

Campbell J.'M., 29 W Lexington '^ 
Carroll James, 31 St Paul 
Carter Bernard, 29 W Lexington 
CINNAMOND GBORGE R., 69 W 

Fayette 
CINNAMOND & BROWNING, 59 

W Fayette 
X3«©lw*fi & Stockbridge, Law bdgs, 

36 St Paul * • / 77 

Cole Wm. J., 70 W Fayette ^-^^ 
Collins Wm. H., 34 St Paul 
I Cook W. W. L., 48 W Lexington 



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Courtnev Divirl, Jr., 3 Spurrier's ct 
CROSS E. J. D., 31 W Lexington 
Gutnim*ke5JUigene,-43 St Paul ^Z- 
DA^i^irS BOLIVAR D., 67 W 

Payette 
Daniel Wm., 67 W Fayette 
15a"vis"^en>y Winter, 56 St Paul i 
Dobbin Geo. W., 42 St Paul 
DONALDSON THOS., 38 St Paul, 

residence Howard County 
Duffy Edward, 28 St Paul 
Dulany H. R., 36 St Paul 
Emory V).£>. H., 47 St Paul 
Farerandis Walter, 2 Spurrier's ct 
Findlav John & L., 22 Law bdgs 
FISCHER LEWIS C, 31 Lexington 
FISHER WM. A., 43 St Paul 
Fowler David, 31 Lexington -j 

Frazier- J- M.-,-74-Court}and (M^ 
Friese Philip C, 61 W Fayette 
Friek Wm. F., 82 W Fayette 
Gale Levin, 34 St Paul 
Garey Henry F., 85 W Fayette 
Gill George M , 36 St Paul 
GillN. R., 32 St Paul 
Gilmor Robert, Jr., 20 Law bdgs 
Gittings R. J., 47 St Paul 
GLOCKER THEODORE, 63 W Fay- 
ette, ATTORNEY AT LAW and 
■SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY 
-atiffithJ:.„HjasEunL,-S^-m Paul ;- 
Gwinn Charles J. M., 41 St Paul 
HACK OLIVER F., 7 Counsellor's 

Hall, Lexington n Charles 
Hambleton J. D., 43 St Paul ^ 
Hanan J. S.. 31 St Paul ,- ■ ' * .. 
Hardester R. C, 67 W Fayette 
HARRIS J. MORRISON, 5 Spur- 
rier's ct, Lexington 
Henderson T. F., 34 St Paul 
Heuisler Joseph S., 24 Law bdgs 
Hill Wm. B., 70 W Fayette 
HINKLEY & MORRIS, 43 N 

Charles 
Hobbs A. H., 32 St Paul 
Horwitz Benj. F., 26 N Charles 
Horwitz Orville, 38 St Paul 
Ing John H., 59^ W Fayette 
Israel Edward, 34 St Paul 
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Johnson H. Edgar, 35 N Charles 
Johnson John, 29 St Paul 
Johnson Reverdy, 41 St Paul 
Johnson Reverdy, Jr., 26 N Charles 
JONES & MYLES, 53 W Fayette, 
Johnson's Buildinsrs, bet Calvert 
and St Paul, ATTORNEYS AT 
LAW, Solicitors in Chancert 

AND CONYEVANCERS. 

Morris J. Jones. James Myles. 
-Kalkman V. H., 13 Lexington 
Keene John H., jr. , 15 Sr Paul 
Kerr Charles G., 31 St. Paul 
Keerl Thomas M., 37 N Charles 
Ktlfee»«^-E^G.-,-32 St Paul rl.^ 
Knott A. Leo, 26 Law bdgs 
LATIMER J AS. B., S Wc Fayette 

and St Paul 
LANAHAN THOS. M., 31 W Lex- 
ington 
Latrobe F. C, St Paul c Lexing- 
ton 
-Lewkift .Sheppard A., 11 Law bdgs, 

36 St Paul 
Latrobe John H. B., St Paul c 

Lexington 
MCALLISTER R. A., 72 Bank 
McFarland C Podd, 7 Couaaellora' 

Hall, Lexington 
MeLane James L.. 43 St Paul 
-McLiraghlin Patrick, 80 W Fayette 
M;ichen Artltur W.. 47 St P.ml 
MAGRUDER J. H., ATTORNEY 
AT LAW, 72 W Fayette. Collec- 
tio7is promptly attended to. 
MALCOLM JAMES, 27 W Lexing- 
ton 
MATHEWS R. STOCKETT, 46 

Lexington 
MATHEWS & LONEY, 46 Lexing- 

ton 
Maund Geo. C, 80 W Fayette 
-May Henry, 31 W Lexin2;ton 
-Moale Randall H., 70 W Fayette 
Morrison Robert D., 28 St Paul 
MUSSELMAN AMOS F., 21 W 

Lexington 
Nelson A. B., 15 St Paul 
Nicholson James M., 38 St Paul 



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O'Brien Wm. J., 49 W Fnyette 
vE^ftwnsjteft- H. B .^ . 5 1 W Fayette ' ^ 
■P^mri-nj^trm J. , -82 W Fayette (J a *^ 
Pink-B#y Fred. , 46 St Panl l.i c^t 
Pitts Ghas. H., 47 St Paul ClU f*''^ 
POE JOHN P., 25 W Lexington 
Poe Neilson, 25 W Lexington 
Presstman Benj. C, 30 St Paul 
Preston J. A., 31 St Paul 
Preston Wm. P., 65 W Fayette 
JBrica-Wm^ 29 St Paul 
QUINN J. R., 24 St Paul 
Reynolds Luther M., 74 W Fayette 
Reynolds Wm J., 38 St Paul 
RICHARDSON M. L., 32 St Paul 
RIDGELY ANDREW STERETT, 

41 St Paul 
RIDGELY CHARLES W., 34 St 

Paul 
RITCHIE ALBERT, 21 Lexington 
Robinson L. H., 38 St Paul 
ROBINSON N., 32 St Paul 
ROGERS ROBERT LYON, 2 Spur- 

rier's ot Lexington 
jaootJa. R., 5 St Paul ' I !' -^ 
Salmon E. W., 26 N Calvert 
SCOTT T. PARKIN, 16 St Paul .'/ 
Scott W. Parkin, 1» St Paul 
Small John, Jr., 1 W Lexington 
SMITH J. DEAN, 35 N Charles 7 
Snyder John J., 53 W Fayette 
--SPRAGUE E. R., 5 St Paul '/<t 
Steele Nevett J., 82 W Fayette 
STEEL & TAGART, 82 W Fayette 
Sterling A. Jr., 26 N Calvert 
Steuart W. J., 31 St Paul 
Stevens F. P., 48 W Lexington 
Stewart John, 33 St Paul 
Stockett J. Shafif, 45 St Paul 
Bwann Edward, 40 St Paul 
SWINNEY EPAPHRODITUS, At- 
torney and Counsellor at Law, 
Office 53 W Fayette op Barnum's 
Tagart S. H., 82 W Fayette 
Thayer N. J., 29 St Paul, Assistant 

District Attorney 
THOMAS DANIEL M., 29 W 

Lexington 
THOMAS JOHN H., 37 St Paul 



-Thomas John J., Jr., 6 St Paul 
Thompson Henry F., 31 W Lexing- 
ton 
Tiernnn Chas. B., 45 St Paul 
TORMEY FRANCIS D., 21 W Lex- 
ington 
Tyson John S., Jr., 29 St Paul 
WalHs S. Teackle. 37 St Paul 
Walsh T. Yates,J26-»-Oftff«Tt ^U^ 
Ward Wm. J., 26 N Calvert 
Warfield 0. C, 13 St Paul 
Warner J. G., 61 W Favette 

-^y-arjaftg^mr^.--^.-, <3 t ir nl l j'-^ J^ayelte/^ 
WATERMAN W. J., ATTORNEY 
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 
83 W Fayette n Charles 
JYntr-- A-'^'Tw ft 34 St Paul 

-Wu t oi'u W illi.im-#rrl-7 -St- £»m (/-^ 

'WEBSTER HENRY, 9 N Calvert 
Whelan Thomas Jr., 16 St Paul 
WHYTE WM. PINKNEY, 21 Lex- 
ington . -^ 

- WUcox A.,. 28 N GalTcrt' i>vtV 
Williams George H., 13 North 
Williams Loyd W., 6 St Paul 
Wil"nn 1^ Lipnromlr)) II Iinw ]i)fl;;;;-ftfi 

P Sir4i*u*l }^^!,vv^ 
Wolf A., 17 W Lexington 
Wyatt Chas. H., 48 St Paul 



Leather Belting 

CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, 
6 S Howard. (See advertisement 
op Yarns, Batts. Wicks, &c.) 
DUKEHART R. W., 18 Water 
HASKELL J. H., 33 S Eutaw. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 

Leather Dealers. 

{See also Hides and Leather ; al- 
so Curriers ; also Morocco.) 

ACHEY FREDERICK & SON, 22 

S Liberty. (See advertisement 

interleaved.) 
ANDERSON JAMES G., 5 Balders- 

ton n Light. (See advertisement 

interleaved.) 
Bartlett & Co., 134 W Fayette 



FREDERICK ACHEY & SON, 

22 S. liiberty Street, Baltimore, 

Have on hand, and will be constantly supplied with 



Of a superior quality, Frexch Finish, and which on trial have been found 
equal to any imported. They have also constantly on hand a 

GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF LEATHER, 



Viz. : Slaughter and Spanish Sole. 
Wax, Grained and Buffed Upper. 
Horse Leather. 
Kipp AND Sheep Skins. ' 



Skirting, Harness, Hose, and Belt 

Leather. 
Fair and Black Bridle Leather. 
Curtain and Top Leather. 



All of ■which they offer for sale at fair prices. 



JAMES G. ANDERSON, 

AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

SADDLERY AND SHOE LEATHER, 



CONSISTING OP 
BLACK HARNESS, 
" BRIDLE, 
" STRAP, 
" BRITCHEN, 
and 
BAND LEATHER. 



FAIR SKIRTING. 

" BRIDLE, 

♦• BAG, 

" TRUNK, 

'« STIRRUP, and 
FOLDING LEATHER. 

COLLAE, TKUNK, AND SHOE SPLITS ALWAYS ON HAND. 
No. 5 Balderston Street, Baltimore. 

AGENT FOE. WARKEN'S CHEMICAL LAMPBLACK. 



UPPER LEATHER, 

CALF SKINS, 

KIPS, 

BUFF, 

GRAIN, and 

SHOE SKIRTING. 




S MANUFACTURERS ARTICLES, ttf 
BELT& HOSE MAKER, ; 

. 33 SO.EUTAW ST. BALTIMORE. > 



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BARTOX WILLIAM J. & SON, 7 
and 9 Cheapside c Lombard, 
LEATHER DEALERS, keep 

COSSTAXTLY ON HAXD A LARGE 
ASSORTMENT OF ALL KIXDS OF 

UPPER AND SOLE LEATHER; 
ALSO, MOROCCO LININGS AND 
BINDINGS. 
Brooks Robert, 257 "W Baltimore 
COAKLEY BROS., 18 S Calvert, 
importers of Leather anb Shoe 
Trimmings, English and French 
Calf and Kid Skins, Boot Webbs, 
Lastinss, Galloons, Laces, But- 
tons, jitters" Twist, Hemp, Flax, 
Machine Silk, Gaiter Uppers, &c. 
Darraugh D., 16 S Cnlvert 
GRUPY FRANCIS H., 42 S Cal- 
vert, dicf// ills' Chaste c Eden dea- 
ler in HIDES AND LEATHER, 
OIL AND TALLOW. TANNERS 
AND CURRIERS" TOOLS AND 
SHOE FINDINGS. 
Hewitt Elmer, Jr., 50 S Calvert 
Hoffman M., Jr., 560 W Baltimore 
JENKINS EDWARD, 13 Cheap- 
side 
Klees Henry & Sons, 15, 17 and 19 
Saratosra 

ARRABEE E. & SONS. 20 S Cal- 
vert, LEATHER AND SHOE 
FINDING HOUSE. 
Mason Charles, 166 Forrest 
MAYNARD, ELY & ROSE, 46 S 

Calvert 
SCHLARB P. & H., 61 S Sharp n 

Pratt 
SELWAY ROBERT, 14 S Calvert 
Startzman David, 44 S C;ilvert 
Stirtzman J. *fe L., 54 S Calvert 
Sullevan Thomas H., 36 S Calvert 
Trautman A., 467 W Baltimore 
TRAUTMAN G. C, 104 N Pearl 

Leather and Findings. 

{Seeolso Boot and Shoe Findings.) 
COAKLEY BROTHERS, Leather 
and Shoe Trimmings, 18 S Cal- 
vert 



GRUPY FRANCIS H., 42 S Cal- 
vert, dwelling c Chase and Eden 

LARRABEE E. & SONS, 20 S Cal- 
vert 

MAYNARD, ELY & ROSE, 46 S 
Calvert 

SCHMIDT JACOB, 312 W Pratt 

Libraries. 

(iSee fl'/c<o Reading Rooms.) 
Maryland Institute, Centre market 

space c Baltimore 
Mercantile Library Association. — 
President — Geo. B. Cole. Lihra- 
rta7i—B. P. Waters. 19.000 Vol- 
umes. Athena?um Building, Sara- 
toga c St Paul. 

Lime and Hair. 

(See also Cement.) 
Dorsey Michael, 112 Light st whf 
GREEN JACOB, 44 Buren 

McAllister james, 

Successor to 

ELIJAH STANSBURY, 

Albemarle c Fawn. 

LDIE, HAIR, CALCINED PLASTER, 

AND 

Hydraulic Cement. 

The undersigned has on hand the 
above Articles, which he offers for 
Sale on accommodating Terms at 
his Old Stand, 

Corner of Albemarle and Fawn 

Sts., Old Town, 

(Near the depot of the Phil, and 

Bait. R. R Co., President St.) 

ORDERS will be thankfully re- 
ceived and promptly attended to. 

SCHARF WM. JAMES, 825 W 

Baltimore 
Slothower J., 27 N Green 
Streets John S., 4 Ilollingsworth 
Trotton Thomas, 33 Cheapside 



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Linens. 
BROWN ROBT. D. & CO., 2 Ger- 
man, Importers of Irish Linen 

MILLIKEX R. H., 

No. 195 W. BALTIMORE ST., 
Importer and Dealer in 

LINEN GOODS 

EXCLUSIVELY. 

Lithographers. 

BROSS EDWARD, 149 W Lom- 
bard. (See advertisement.) 

HOEN A. & CO., 73 and 75 Second, 
PRACTICAL LITHOGRA- 
PHERS 

Thunckel & Co., Baltimore c Sharp 

SACHSE E. & CO., 

104 S. CHARLES, 

lITHflGRAPniC ESTABLISHMENT, 

Publishers of the Camps of the 
U. S. Army around 

WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, 

FORTRESS MONROE, 

And Other Places ; and also of Views 
of Cities. 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

ANDERSON JOHN, 131 W Madison 

Blades John R., 301 E Lombard 

Brogan Phillip, 100 S Howard 

Brutsche F., 58 Clay 

CENTRAL STABLES, 111 W Lex- 
ington bet Park and Liberty, 
JOHN D. STEWART, Proprietor. 
Coaches for Shopping, Weddings, 
&c. Horses on Livery by the 
Dav or Month. 

Cook" David, 122 Ensor 

Cowen Thos., 24 S Poppleton 

Cox E., Bankc Bethel 

Delphy George & Bro., Howard e 
Franklin 

Dobbins John, 34 N High 



Gaither Washington, 9 Columbia 
Garvey James, 154 N Calvert 
GEN. WAYNE LIVERY & SALE 
STABLES, JOHN THOxMAS, 
Proprietor, Baltimore c Paca 
Gordon James, 100 German 
Hartzell L., 95 N Paca 
Hartzell & Clark, 80 German 
Humphreys T W., 34 Lancaster 
Johnson A., 93 Holiday 
Kearneys Edward, Centre c St 

Paul 
Kemp Henry, 72 German 
LANE & KRAGER, 1 N Paca 
McConnell George W., 74 N Cal- 
vert 
McGEE JOSEPH H. & BROTHER, 
Paca c German. (See advertise- 
ment.) 
McGlennon J. H., 184 German 
McGowan George, 2 Mulberry 
Mann & Brother, 1-67 N Howard 
Meyers George, Fremont c Ram- 
sey 
Miller Wm. C, 86 German 
Moffatt R., 161 N Howard 
O'NEAL PATRICK, 175 German 
Oppenheimer Samuel, 8 S Paca 
Phillips F., Fremont c Ramsay 
Quinn Michael, 80 Central av 
Reilly George, 25 W Lombard 
Rider Peter, 47 S Caroline 
Ritzriefner John, 176 Alice Anna 
Roney & Landers, 36 North 
Shiplev Joseph P., 3 Orchard 
STEWARTS (A. E.) Calvert 
Stables, op City Springs, 63 N 
Calvert, near Saratoga. (See 
advertisement.) 
STEWART JOHN D., Ill W Lex- 
ington 
Sherlock Wm., 88 W Fayette 
Spangler M., 30 W Lombard 
Talbot B.. 42 North 
THOMAS JOHN, Baltimore c Paca 
WAMBACH A., 102 S Eutaw 
Wheat & Scott 405 W Baltimore 
Wheeler A. C, Hanover c Con- 
way 



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Wilkinson James, Bond c Bank 
Wollet John P., 12 Temple 
Woodward N. R., 31 North 

Loan Office. 

(See also Pawnbrokers.) 

Ulman Jacob & Benjamin F., 22 N 
Gay 

Locksmiths and Bell- 
hangers. 

Berger M. R., 710 W Baltimore 
Brudu C, 173 Columbia 
Clark James, 147 W Fayette 
Debiring B., 338 W Pratt 
Distelbard George, 584 W Balti- 
more 
Evat E., 55 Light 
Fitzberger H., 102 W Lexington 
Gibson & Bohannan, 1 Cbeapside 
Hentz Adam, 174 Alice Anna 
HoflFman Henry, '59 German 
Job Jacob, 47 Penn. av 
Jung Frederick, 30 N Gay 
Kirk Samuel E. & Bro., c Calvert 

and Lombard 
Lees Wm., 14 S. Scbroeder 
May F. L , 125 W. Madison 
Phillips Charles, 73 N Front 
Thorniz Andrew, 50 Light 
Voigt Thos. W., 263 E Lombard 
Warren Samuel, 90 N Calvert 

Locomotive Builders. 

{See Steam Engine Builders.) 

Looking-Glass and Picture- 
Ffame Makers. 

{See also Carvers.) 
Barrett M. & Bro., 82 N Howard 
Barrett & Debeet, 71 W Baltimore 
BUTLER, PERRIGO & WAY, 168 
W Baltimore (Tracy Building), 
Mirrors, Gilt Work, Engrav- 
ings, Passepourtouts, <fcc. 
BYRNE JOSEPH, 32 N Calvert n 
Lexington, Picture-Frame Maker, 
Carver, and Gilder. 

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Eckhardt Wm., 58 N Gay 
Fryer James, 206 W Baltimore 
Harrington & Mills, 140 W Balti- 
more 
HEWITT GEO. W., 9 N Gay 
Lossman J., 521 W Baltimore 
McGrew William, 92 N Howard 

MANN JOHN, 
Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of 

American Clocks, 

And Manufacturer of 

Mahogany, Rosewood, and Gilt 

Frame 

LOOKING-GLASSES, 

A large and varied assortment of 
Toilet Boxes, Work Boxes, Port- 
able Desks and Clock Trim- 
mings always on hand. 
N E c Charles and Lombard Sts. 
BALTIMORE. 



Myers Wm. P., 33 W Baltimore 

OLIVER & REMINGTON. LOOK- 
ING-GLASS and PICTURE- 
FRAME MANUFACTURERS, 
and Dealers in French and Ger- 
man Locking-Glass Plates, En- 
gravinijs, &c., oOi N Howard 

SEAGER THOMAS, 17 S Sharp, 
LOOKING-GLASS and PIC- 
TURE FRAME MANUFACTU- 
RER, and Dealer in Frexch 
and German Looking-Glass 
Plates, Prints, &c. 

Vickers Clement, 25 W Baltimore 

Lumber Commission Mer- 
chants. 

{Spe also Lumber Dealers.) 

BURNS F. H., 56 W Falls av 
Cockey & Co., E Falls av and Can- 
ton av 



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Cross Wm. S. & Bro., E Falls av c 

Eastern av 
McDoutrall & Clarke, 158 W Falls av 
THOMAS <fc HUGG, 56 E Falls av 

Lumber Dealers. 

{See also Lumber Commission 
Merchants.) 

ALLEX ALEXANDER & CO., 56 

W Falls av 
Boyd Joseph H., 12 S Caroline 
BURNS & SLOAN, LUMBER 
DEALERS, c of Eutaw and Ger- 
man, and 132 Light st whf. 
S. Burns. G. F. Sloan. 

CARSON C. H. & CO., LUMBER 
DEALERS, W side Union dock, 
adjoinino; Norfolk Steamboat whf. 
Carvill H. Carson, David Carson. 
CATE A., E Falls av and Fawn 
Church E. J., Monument c Aisquith 
Coates John, 355 W Pratt 
Coates & Glenn, ft of S Howard 
Eareckson V. 0., Falls av bel Pratt 
George S. & Son, 37 N Green 
Gollibert Simon M., 140 Thames 

GRAFFLIN J. W., 
E Falls av c Canton av., 

Lumber, Ship Plank, and 
Locust Treenails. 

HELFRICH & HAY, S W c Con- 
cord and Bowly, and 762 W Bal- 
timore op Oregon, Lumber Deal- 
ers. All kinds of Building, Cabi- 
net, and Wheelwright Lumber 
constantly on hand. 

Herring Henry & Son, E Falls av 
and Canton av 

KIRBY JOHN & SONS, Mill c 
Bowly 

Mathews Thos. <fe Son, 100 N High 

Merryman Charles, Green c Pratt 



Mottus Theodore, Penn. av c Pres- 
ton 
Paere Washington A., 182 Light st 

whf 
Readys Samuel, 69 President 
Schai-f Thos. G., W Baltimore bet 

Calhoun and Streker 
Thomas John & Son, 296 S Eutaw 
Thomas Jos. & Son, Pratt c Green 
Thomas & Price, 56 E Falls av 
TURNER JOHN C, 140 Light st 

whf 
WEST W. & W. H., Lumber deal- 
ers, N E c Mill and Bowly sts, 
McElderryV whf; constantly on 
hand all kinds of White and Yel- 
low Pine Lumber, Laths, Shin- 
gles, Pickets, &c. Dwelling N 
W c Pratt and Exeter. 
WILLIAMS J. & J. & CO., 130 S 

Charles 
WILLIS S., c E Falls av and 
Eastern av. Lumber Yard, dealer 
in all kinds of Lumber, Shingles, 
and Laths, which will sell cheap 
for cash. 

Machine Card Manufacturer. 

HASKELL J. H., 33 S Eutaw. 

(See advertisement.) 

Machinists. 

{See also Iron Founders ; also 
Steam Engines.) 

BASSHOR THOMAS C. & CO., 26 

Light. (See advertisement.) 
CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN. 

6 S Howard. (See advertisement 

opposite Yarns, &c.) 
Clarkson Jos. & Sons, 75 N Front 
Codd Edward J., 259 S Caroline 
HAZLEHURST & CO., William c 

Hughes 
Holtzmann George, 287 W Pratt 
Miller Wm. H. & Bro., President c 

Fawn 
Murray James &, Co., 42 York 
MURRAY WM., 192 N Exeter 



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MURRAY, CLARK, THORNTON 
& CO., 42 and 44 York n Light. 
(See advertisement.) 
Nason James S., 26 N Howard 
Norwood & Taylor, 4 E Falls av 



POOLE & HUNT, 

FOUNDERS AP MACnmSTS. 

Office.— 161 North. 

Works at Woodberry, Northern Cen- 
tral Railroad. 



Schiller Charles, 11 Swan 
Wells J. & Sons, 136 Eastern av 
Witney Geo. H., Uhler's al bet 
Charles and Hanover 

Machinists' Tools. 

CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, 
6 S Howard. (See advertisement 
oi)posite Yarns, Batts, Wicks, &c.) 



Magazines. 

{See Booksellers and Publish- 
ers ; also Newspapers.) 



Magistrates. 



(See also Justices OP the Peace.) 

Duncan James W., 289 S Bond tfi« 
Vfiayward Wm. H., Fayette c St 



Wm. H 

Paul 
(lebden Wm. H., 176 S Broadway 
Nails B. F., 64 W Fayette 
Spieer Samuel G., 72 W Fayette 
Whalen Stephen, Broadway c Lan 

caster 



Mahogany. 

(See also Lumber Dealers.) 

WILLIAMS J. & J. & CO., 

IMPORTERS 

AXD 

DEALEKS 

IN 

MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD 
PLANK AND VENEERS, 

And every description of Lumber 
used by Cabinetmakers, Coach- 
makers, Wheelwrights, &c. Also, 
Cabinet Hardware of all kinds. 

130 S CHARLES, n CONWAY. 

J. A. WILLIAMS, 
W. W. KENNEDY. 

Maltsters. 

{See also Brewers.) 
DENMEAD FRANCIS, Block c 
W Falls av 

Mantillas and Cloaks. 

J.BICKERTON&CO,- 

1S3 TV, BAI.TOIOUE, 

(Two doors from Light.) 



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»U«4^ 



Importers and 
a3iufacturers op cloaks, 
MANTILLAS, and 
SHAWLS. 



OWOHEN MOSES, 269 W Baltimore 
Hybbeneth Mrs. M., Eutaw c Ma- 
rion 



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MAR 



MER 



E. W. JOY, 

107 W. BALTIMORE. 

IMPORTER AND MANUFAC 
TURER OF LADIES' CLOAKS, 
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, AND 
PARASOLS. 

(SENER) SCHEER M. A., 165 N 
Lexington, Importer and Manu- 
facturer of CLOAKS and MAN 
TILLAS, Respectfully solicits the 
attention of the Ladies and Mer- 
chants to call and examine the 
Stock before purchasing else- 
where. Ladies', Children's, and 
Infant's ready-made linen. All 
orders promptly attended to. 

Wilson Mrs. E. A., 74 Lexington. 

Manufacturers' Findings. 

CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, 
6 S Howard. (See advertisement 
op. Yarns, Batts, Wicks, &c.) 

HASKELL J. H., 33 S Eutaw. 
(See advertisement op. Leather 
Dealers.) 

Towner Darius F., 332 W Baltimore 

Towner John F. & Co., 342 AV Bal- 
timore 

* Masonic Je-wels. 

SISCO BROTHERS, 95 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement.) 

Marble Dealers and Work- 
ers. 

Gaddess Alex., Sharp c German 
Henderson Wm., 33 E Pratt 
LYETH ANDREW H., 562 and 564 

W Baltimore 
McGrane P., 120 N High 
Maxwell David, Eutaw c Saratoga 
Maxwell John W., 140 N Calvert. 

(See advertisement.) 
Morgan John C, 2 N Green 



Mullan John P., 148 N Eutaw 
Packie Alexander, W Lombard 
Sisson Hugh, North c Monument 
Steuart Jos. L. & Bro., 18 W Pratt 
Vinson S. J., 106 W Lombard 

JOHN WHITELAW, 

STEAM STONE 

AND 

MARBLE WORKS, 

Whf ft Washington. 

All kinds of Cut Stone Work 
furnished promptly. TJie trade sup 
plied with Stone in the block, or 
sawed to dimensions. 

Winternight H. , N E c Gay and Frcr 
derick 

Mathematical, Nautical, and 
Philosophical Instrument 
Makers. 
HAGGER & BRO.. 72 W Pratt 
WALTHER PETER, 70 W Pratt 

Merchants, Commission. 

{See also Dry Goods, Commission ; 
oho Grocers, Wholesale; also 
Merchants, General; also 
Merchants, Shipping and Com- 
mission; also Merchants, Im- 
porting AND Commission.) 

ADAMS & DAVIDSON, 7 Com- 
merce 

Applegarth Wm. k Son. 37 W Pratt 

BALDERSTON, WARD k CO., 14 
and 16 German 

Barnes Winston. 35 W Pratt 

Berry N. E . 63 W Pratt 

BEVAN, PHILLIPS k CO., 14 
Bowly's whf 

Bigham M. M., N W c Franklin and 
Eutaw 



MERCHANTS, COMMISSION. 



153 



BOXD THOS., X W c Calvert and 
Pratt 

BOSWELL & DORSETT, 147 W 
Pratt 

Boyle John P. & Co., 4 Exchange pi 

Brown J. F., 12 8 Eutaw 

Brown M. J. & W. A., 11 TV Pratt 

BROWNE & RONEY, 67 S Gay 

BROWN ROBERT D. & CO., 2 Ger- 
man 

BRUNE E. W. & SONS, 89 and 91 
Smith's whf 

BURNS A CO., 96 Light st whf 

BUZBY DAVID T., 6 Exchange pi 

CAMERON C. C, 50 S Howard 

CAMP & SUTHERLAND, 22 Se- 
cond 

Carr R. H. & Bro., 69 S Charles 

CASSARD F. W., 61 South 

CHESNUT WM. & CO., N W c 
South and Pratt, WHOLESALE 
GROCERS and COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS. Wm. Chesnut, 
S. P. Townsend. 

CHILDS, J. W., 92 Light ?t whf 

CLARK LEWIS & CO., 184 W Bal- 
timore 

Conner James 174 W Pratt 

Conway John R. & Son, 31 Cheap- 
side 

Cooke William & Sons, 82 Light st 
whf 

COOK & SPEDDEN, 165 Light st 
whf. Grocers and Commission 
merchants 

Corner James & Sons, ft Buchanan 
whf 

Coulbourn S. D.. 79 South 

Cox & Brown, 10 Corn Exchange 
bdg 

Cox and Pope, S W c Howard and 
Fayette 

Crichton Wm. &Son, Wood Bowly's 
whf 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
timore. (See advertisement in- 
side back cover.) 

DINSMORE & KYLE, 156 Pratt st 
whf, GROCERS AND COMMIS- 



SION MERCHANTS, dealers in 
Liquors. Tobacco and Cigars. 
DIXON WM. T. & BRO.'; 306 W 

Baltimore 
DOWELL JOHN, 55 S Calvert 
DRAKELEY i FENTON, 387 W 

Baltimore 
EASTMAN L B. & CO., 70 Ex- 

chanare pi 
ELLIC'OTT WM. M. & SONS, 3 

Spear's whf 
ELLICOTT & HEWES, 67 Ex- 

change pi 
Emorv Wm. H., 6 Wood 
ENSEY LOT & SON, S W c Balti- 
more and Eutaw, COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS AND WHOLE- 
SALE GROCERS. 
FERGUSSON & TYSON, 121 W 

Lombard 
Gale R. W., 92 Light st whf 
GARMENDIA C. G. DE, 18 Com- 

merce 
GIBNEY, HALL & CO., 90 Spear's 

whf 
GIESE J. HENRY, 21 Spear's whf 
GRANT & BRO., 30 Lisht st Balti- 
more, EDWD. B. GRANT, 16 
Broadwav, New York. JAMES 
B. GRANT, 39 Walnut st, Cincin- 
nati, Commission Merchants for 
the purchase and sale of merchan- 
dise generally. 
Griest Moses, 88 Light st whf 
Hall C. A. & T. H., 4 Camden 
Hall Thomas J. & Co.. 143 Pratt 
Hall & Louey, 56 Buchanan's whf 
Harrison George L., 6 O'Donnell's 

whf 
Heslen R. M., N W c Pratt and Gay 
HOFFMAN H. K. & CO., 45 S 

Howard. (See advertisement.) 
Hopkins T. & G. T., S W c Pratt 

and Liffht 
HUMPHREYS & CO.. 4 Light st 

whf 
HUMRICHOUSE C. W., 20 Com- 

JXXQYCQ 

Hunt M. & CO., 119 Smith's whf 



154 



MERCHANTS, COMMISSION. 



HYATT C. C. & R. H. & CO., 147 
W Pratt (up stairs), Commission 
Merchants and Agents for the 
sale of Tobacco, Grain and Coun- 
try Produce generally. 
Jackson Chas. M. & Co., Smith's 

■whf c Pratt 
Jenkins &, Williams, 116 Light st 

whf 
KEEXE E. A. & CO., 59V S Charles 
KELSEY & GRAY, Buchanan's 

whf c Pratt 
Kenlv & Tilsrhraan, 18 Bowly's vrhf 
KIDDER C:. 16 Bowly's whf 
KOEHLER H. & CO., 128 W Lom- 
bard 
Larus J. R., 6 Spear's whf 
Leatherburv John E., 6 W Pratt 
LEE STEPHEN S., 50 S Gay 
Levering Laurnson, 3 Commerce 
Levering T. W. & Sons, 55 Com- 
merce 
LEVERING & CO., 2 and 3 Com- 
merce 
Lippincott J. B., 58 Exchange pi 
LUMSDEN ROBERT, 41 Cheap- 
side 
Lyles William, 84 Light st whf 
McConky & Parr, 91 and 93 Bowly's 

whf 
McDonnell JAMES, 47 Calvert 

and 47 Cheapside 
MACY W. D., 129 McElderry's whf 
MARTIN WM. R. & CO., 72 S Cal- 
vert 
MATTHEWS THOS. R. & SONS, 

18 Bowlv's whf 
Meixsel & Grafton, 149 W Pratt 
MITCHELL EDW'D k SON, 90 W 

Pratt 
MITCHELL M. A., 2 Spear's whf 
Mitchell Oliver & Co., 53 W Pratt 
Murguiondo P. De, 59 S Gay 
MYER JAMES & CO., 39 Cheap- 
side 
Myers John, 62 Buchanan".^ whf 
NEALE, HARRIS & CO., 26 Com- 
merce 



Needham A. & Sons, 142 Light st 

whf 
NYCE B. BROOKE, 1 Guilford 
ORENDORF & BEAM, 325 W Bal- 
timore c Howard 
OWENS J. S. & CO., 55 W Pratt 
OWENS W. H., FARMERS' and 

PLANTERS' AGENT, 7 Corn 

Exchange bdg. Wood st 
PADGETT W. A. & W. W , 17 

Commerce 
Pawson & Bowdoin, 95 Smith's 

whf 
Pearce Thomas, 20 Bowly's whf 
Pearce & Gray, 66 Buchanan's whf 
Pearson Joseph, 102 Light st whf- 
PENN & DYER, Exchange pi c 

Commerce 
Perot W. H., N W c Gray and 

Pratt 
Perry A. A., Gray c Lombard 
Phillips Samuel & Co., 97 South 

PHILLIPS SAMUEL & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Bowly's whf. 



PICKRELL JOHN F., COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT, 73 Smith's 
whf 

PITT CHARLES F., 116 W Lom- 
bard 

POPE F. F., 85 South 

POULTNEY & MOALE, Commis- 
sion merchants, 44 W Lombard 

Price John S., 63 W Pratt 

Purington Z. S., 39 and 41 W Pratt 

Reynolds J. W. & E. <tCo., 90 Light 
st whf 

RHOADS W. & SON, c Smith's whf 
and Pratt 

Rieman & Sons, Fayette c Howard 

Ridgely David, N E c Pratt and 
Howard 

Robertson & Briscoe, 149 W Pratt 

Robins T. V. B., 5 Wood 

Ross J. W. & Co., 6 Spear's whf 

Sellman Alexander, 156 W Piatt 
and 2 EUicott 



MERCHANTS, GENERAL. 



155 



SEEVERS A. F. & W. R., 44 
South 

SIMMS & TYSON, 64 S Gay, one 
door from Pratt, GROCERS AND 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Slingluff C. D. «fc Son, 13 N How- 
ard 

SOPER SAML. J. & CO., 42 and 44 
S Charles 

SPALDING B. R. & CO., 

TOBACCO AND GRAIN, 

18 Commerce. 

STELLMANN, HINRICHS & CO., 

21 Hanover 
Street James B., 16 Bowly's whf 
Sullivan John & Son, 2 Camden 
TAYLOR JACOB H., 134 Dugan's 

whf 
TAYLOR & GARDNER, 8 German 
Townshend, French & Co., 80 Light 

st whf 
TUBMAN B. G. k CO., 102 Light 

st whf 
TUDOR & TOWNSEND, 110 W 

Lombard 
TuU T. J. <fc Co., 6 Bowly's whf 
Turner JohnT.. 40 EUicott 
VICKERY & MUIR. W Falls av 

(City Block). 
Warfield Henry M., 16 Spear's whf 
WHEATLEY, DORSEY & CO., 88. 

Spear's whf 
Whedbee & Dickinson, 107 South 

and Bowly's whf 
WHITE THOMAS & CO., 112 

Spear's whf 
WHITEFORD JAMES, COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT, 7 Spear's 
whf. Receives and Sells Flour, 
Whiskey, and all kinds of Coun- 
try Produce. Cars full loaded 
come to Warehouse door, dwelling 
21 N Front 
Williams John S. &> Bro., 52 Com- 
merce 



Wittman Wm. W., 92 Light st whr 
WOODS, BRIDGES & CO., 6 and 8 

Commerce 
Wright Maxwell & Co., 18 Second 

Merchants, General. 

BELT TRUEMAN & SONS, 1 Elli- 

cott 
Dade <fc Dorsey, 128 S Charles 
DARE, SPROSTON & CO., 95 S 
Charles, FLOUR, GRAIN, TO- 
BACCO, AND GENERAL COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS 
Delamar C. M. &, Co., 96 W Lom- 
bard 
Denson & Buck, 100 Light st whf 
Henderson John & Co., S E c Com- 
merce and Pratt 
HUNT, CLARK & CO., MER- 
CHANTS, 53 W Pratt. W. H. 
Hunt, S. R. Clark, C. W. Hunt. 
Laurping Wm. & Co., 89 S Charles 
Martin & Co., 101 W Lombard 
Meredith Gilmor, 49 Exchange pi 
PARKHURST J., Jr., & CO., 78 

Bowly's whf 
PARKHURST S., 76 S Bowly's whf 
Payne Wm. S., 63 Pratt 
PEARSON & COLEMAN, 106 W 

Lombard 
PICKRELL JOHN F., COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT, 73 Smith's 
whf 
Rosenberger & Co., 68 South 
SCHAEFER ADOLPHUS C, 50 

South 
STUART J. D. & CO., 27 Cheapside 
Turner Jonathan, 25 W Pratt 
Wambersie E. C, 63 S Gay 
WEBB A. L. & BRO , S W c Pratt 
and Commerce, Rail Road Track 
in front of Warehouse, General 
Commission Merchants and 
agents for the sale of DUPONT'S 
POWDER AND SAFETY FUSE. 
Williams John & Son, 99 Smith's 
whf 



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MERCHANTS, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION. 



Merchants, Forwarding and 
Transportation. 

FRICK E. A., 165 North 
MATHEWS & FITZHUGH, 128 N 
Howard 

Merchants, Importing and 
Commission. 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 AV Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

Merchants, Shipping and 
Commission. 

BEYAN, PHILLIPS & CO. 

SHIPPING 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

No. 14 Bowly's Wharf, 

BALTIMORE. 

Boninger Brothers, 29 S Charles 

Brauns F. L. & Co., 11 Cheapside 

Cheston James & Son, Cable c Pat- 
terson 

FISHER RICHARD D. & CO., 54 
S Gay 

FITZGERALD, BOOTH & CO., 6 S 
Gay 

FOARD & ROGERS, Shipping and 
Commission Merchants and 
agents for Baltimore and Liver- 
pool Packets, 16 Bowly's whf. 
Joseph 0. Foard. 

C. Howard Rogers. 

FRANKLIN LEWIS A., 59 S Gay, 
General Shipping and Commis- 
sion Merchants. 

GERDES, BULLING & WEHR- 
HAME, 143 W Lombard 

GEYER & WILKENS, 122 W Lorn- 
bard 

Gittings, Lambert & Co., 58 Buchan- 
an's whf 

Hand S. G., 101 Smith's whf 

Hand Thomas J. & Co., 66 S Gay 



Hodges B. M., jr.. Gay c Lombard 
HOWELL WM. & SON, 60 S Gay 
Huffington W. W., Rl Smith's whf 
HUGHES JOHN, 2 Corn Exchange. 

South 
HURLBURT SAMUEL, 44 South 

^KIDDER C, 
Shipping and Commission 

MERCHAIVT, 

No. 16 Bowly's Wharf, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



Kirkland. Chase & Co., 8-3 and 85 

Smith's whf 
Knox <fe Co , 125 Sraith'a whf 
LESLIE ROBERT & SON, 61 S 

Gay 
LURMAN & CO., 31 S Charles 

MATTHEWS THOMAS R.&SO\S, 

JSHI3F»I»X3XrC3t- 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

No. 18 Bowly's Wharf, 

Thomas R. Matthews. 

Thomas R. Matthews, jr. 

William P. Dawson. 



MURGUIONDO P. DE, 59 S Gay 
PENDERGAST CHA'S, 77 Smith's 

whf 
Pendergast Jerome A., 77 Smith's 

whf 
Pendergast Brothers, 77 Smith's 

whf 
SCHUMACHER A. & CO., 9 S 

Charles 
Small Wm. & Edward, 93 Smith's 

whf 
Spence & Reid, 5 Spear's whf 
STEWART C. MORTON, 52 S 

Gay 



CANFIELD, BROTHER, & CO., 

nrroRTERS and dealers in 
SWORDS, BELTS, EPAULETS, SHOULDER STRAPS, 

Sashes, Buttons, L,ace, Pistols, Figures, letters, 
WITH EVERY VARIETY OF MILITARY GOODS, 

229 Baltimore St., cor. Charles St., Baltimore. 

^13™ Also, Dealers ia Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Cutlery and 
Fancy Goods. Watches repaired. . 

MERRILL, THOMAS & CO., 

WHOLESALE GUN WAREHOUSE; 

Manufacturers, Agents, and Importers of 

GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, MILITARY GOODS, 

Fishing Tackle, Cutlery, &e., 
AND EVERY OTHER ARTICLE CONNECTED AVITH THE GUN TRADE, 

JAS. H. MERRILL, ) _^ ^^^ _-,» ^ j . ^^ . 

PHILIP E THOMAS, [ ]%o. 239 Baltiiiiore Street, 

LEWIN W. THOMAS. ) 

JOHN P. MILNOR, JR., & CO., 

No. Ill Baltimore Street, one door from South Street, 

nVEIIL.IT.A.rt^K' C3-0033S 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO:^, VIZ. : 

Swords, Sashes, Belts, Epanlets, Shoulder Straps, Pistols, Holsters, &c. &c. 

PRESENTATION SWORDS 

Always on hand, and made to order in the best manner. 

CHARLES T. 6ISC0. J. EDWARD SISCO. 

SISCO BROTHERS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF 

ODD FELLOWS' AND MASONS' EEGALIA. 

MILITARY GOODS, BAXTERS, FLAGS, SIGNALS, 

Gold and Silver Fringes, Gimps, Tassels, &c., 

No. 95 Baltimore Street, opposite Holiday Street, 

BALTIMORE. 



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Stirling & Alirens, 54 Buchanan's 

whf 
Tesdorpf & Siebert, 63 Exchange pi 
TUCKER R. & H. R., 52 S Gay 
Von Kapff & Arens, 22 German 
Whitridge Thomas & Co., 22 and 

24 Bowly's whf 
YATES J. C. & CO., N W c Gay 

and Pratt 

Metal Dealers. 

KEEN & HAGERTY, TIN AND 
JAPAN WARE MANUFAC- 
TURERS, and Dealers in 
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, 
&c., 37 and 39 S Calvert, c Water 
and Cheapside 

LISSBERGER D. <fc RROTHER, 8 
Camden 

Millar Frank H., 29 Light 

Oudesluys Charles L., 57 N Gay 

PARKER E. L. & CO., 83 S Charles. 
(See advertisement.) 

POPE GEORGE A., 75 Smith's whf. 
(See advertisement.) 

PRATT E. & BRO., 27 and 29 S 
Charles 

Schoemperg E. & Co., 126 Forrest 

Military Goods, 

ARMY AND NAVY GOODS COM- 
MISSION HOUSE. A LARGE 
ASSORTMENT at New York 
Prices. A. STOWELL, Ag't, 
178 W Baltimore, bet Calvert and 
St. Paul 

CANFIELD, BRO. & CO., 229 W 
Baltimore c Charles. (See ad- 
vertipement interleaved.) 

GMINDER JACOB, 10,i S Calvert, 
MANUFACTURER OF MILI- 
TARY ORNAMENTS, such as 
Shoulder Straps, Bugles, 
Eagles, Sabres, Cannons, 
Letters, Figures, &g. ; also 
dealer in Military Goods gene- 
rally. 

Mccormick THOS., 149 W Bal- 
timore c Calvert 
14 



MERRILL, THOMAS & CO., 239 
W Baltimore. (See advertise- 
ment interleaved.) 

MILNOR JOHN P., Jr., & CO., 
117 W Baltimore. (See adver- 
tisement interleaved.) 

Rosenswig E., 344 "W Baltimore 

RUSSELL BENJAMIN, 293 W 
Baltimore 

SAUTER P. & BRO., MANUFAC- 
TURERS of MILITARY ORNA- 
MENTS, 20 Sharp st n German. 
Constantly on hand "Wreaths, 
Bugles, Cross Cannon, Letters, 
Figures, Straps, &c. &c. 

SEEGER JACOB, 23 German 

SISCO BROTHERS, 95 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

STOWELL A., 178 W Baltimore 

Milliners. 

{See also Straw Goods; also, 
Dressmakers.) 

Aldridge Barbara, 861 W Balti- 
more 
Anderson Mrs. A., 160 Hanover 
Andreae Charles, 189 S Charles 
Ashe Mrs. Susan, 176 Hanover 
Atkinson Mrs. M., 294 N Gay 
Ballard Mrs. C, 90 Richmond 
Bean Mrs. C. T. A., 66 N Pearl 
Beech Mrs. Jane, 63 N Liberty 
Benterwald Mrs. C, 53 Pearl 
Bialla M., 47 N Howard 
Bona Elizabeth, 33 Brown 
Boyd R., 741 W Baltimore 
Bradford Mrs. Mary, 155 W Madi- 
son 
Brian Mrs. M., 276 N Gay 
Bright Mrs. E., 462 W Baltimore 
Butler Mrs. M. A., 4 S Poppleton 
Campers Mrs. M., 123 W Lexington 
Caples A. M., 71 N Eutaw 
Chappel A. E., 185 Hanover 
Clendenen Mrs., 110 W Lexington 
Coale Misses, 41 N Gay 
Correll Mrs. Ann, 566 W Baltimoid 



158 



MILLINERS. 



Daeplitz Solomon, 114 W Lexington 
Davis Mrs. L. A., 68 N Pearl 
Delahays Mrs. A. E., 59 E Balti- 
more 
Dierker Miss E., 194 S Charles 
DoblerMrs. A. C, 16.3 E Baltimore 
Dosch Virginia, 240 Washington 
Ellender Mrs. G., 73 Forrest 
Fink Mrs. E., 71 Ross 
Fredrich Mary, 381 W Pratt 
Gauss Mrs. R., 275 N Gay 
Gardneco E. A., 161 W Lexington 
Gibbons Mrs. S. A., 48 E Baltimore 
Golden Miss, 76 W Lexington 
Gunby C. L., 2 S Poppleton 
Guyton Mi?s E. F., 80 N Howard 
Hahn S. & E., 57 N Liberty 
Hamilton Mrs. M. A., 61 N Charles 
Hammer S. C, 103 N Eutaw 
Harvey Miss K., 98 W Lexington 
Headington Mrs. C, 187 Biddle 
Henderson David, 282 N Gay 
Herring Mrs. 0., 80 W Baltimore 
Hess Louis, 35 N Howard 
Hilderbrandt Margaret, 555 W Bal- 
timore 
Hohlbein Mrs. Jacob, 70 N Pearl 
Howard R., 41 E Baltimore 
Hutchson Mrs. M. J., 38 N Schroe- 

der 
Ireland Mrs. E. P., 32 N Green 
Jenkins Mrs. Elizabeth, 480 W Bal- 
timore 
Johnson Mrs. K., 269 N Gay 
Jonson Miss Fanny, 82 "W Lexing- 
ton 
Kadden Emanuel, 232 S Broadway 
Kellner Miss Maria, 231 Canton av 
Kennard Mrs. Susan, 223 N Gay 
Kerchner Mrs. L. C, 160 W Lex- 
ington 
Kessler Miss Lizzie, 108 W Lexing- 
ton 
Kinsey Mrs. S., 171 E Baltimore 
Koehlert H.. 449 W Baltimore 
Korn Mrs. C, 468 W Baltimore 
Kraut Hannah, 314 N Gay 
Lallemand Mrs., 45 E Baltimore 



Lebranthwait Miss M. A., 179 E 

Baltimore 
Lee Mrs. L. T., 56 W Lexington 
Leonard Mrs. M., 63 N Charles 
Levy Mrs. J., 199 N Gay 
Lind Miss Fanny, 49 N Howard 
Lipper W. B.,201 N Gay 
Lisner Abraham, 83 N Gay 
Loehary Mary, 3 W Baltimore 
McKiragan M. A., 105 N Eutaw 
McPherson Mrs. M. E., 108 W Lex- 
ington 

Mitchell Mrs. C. W., 63 E Baltimort 
MULLEli MRS. LOUIS, 110 W 

Baltimore. (See advertisement oj 

newspapers.) 
Newman Benj., 54 Centre mkt spaat 
Noyes Mrs. J. H., 508 W Baltimor< 
Odendhall Madame S., 75 W Lex 

ington 
Oppenheim J., 249 N Gay 
Owen Mrs. E. J., 47 N Howard 
Parsons Mrs. R., 149 W Madison 
Patrick Mrs. C, 271 E Baltimore 
Pepleer Mrs. Louisa, 250 Hanover 
Raith Mrs. Eliza, 69 Penna. av 
Reynolds Mrs. C, 100 Pearl 
Robinson Mrs. E., 98 S Broadway 
Rose Mrs., 148 W Lexington 
Rosenbaum J., 168 W Lexington 
Sank R., 72 N Eutaw 
Sarlouis Mrs. A., S E c Lexingtoi 

and Eutaw 
Saville Mrs. A. J., 36 W Pratt 
Schlersnei Mrs. M., 183 E Pratt 
Schoenberg S. E., 183 and 219 I 

Gay 
Smith Mrs. L., 58 N Eutaw 
Solze C. C, 68 S Sharp 
Sprigg Mrs. Jane, 69 S Sharp 
Stern Mrs. D., 29 i N Howard 
Stork & Hamilton, 278 N Gay 
SUTOR MISS S., 101 E Baltimor 
Thomas Miss M. & R., 186 Madiso: 

avenue 
Thompson Mrs. Mary, 103 W Lex 

ington 
Thursby Mrs. L., 130 N Gay 
Timson & Allen, 47 E Baltimore 



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Turner Miss MaryD., 17 E Balti- 
more 
Tyte Mrs. Ann, 57 E Baltimore 
Ullman Bertha, 154 S Broadway 
Wahl Mrs. A. R., 95 N Gav 
Walter Mrs. Mary A., 714 W Balti- 
more 
Wiedly Mrs. W., 336 S Charles 
Williams M. A., 93 N Exeter 
Winfelder Mary, 227 Eastern av 
Young Mrs. L. P. Steward, 74 N 
Charles 

Millinery Goods. 

{See also Silk and Fancy Goods j 
also Straw Goods.) 

Armstrong, Cator & Co., 237 W 
Baltimore 

BAMBERGER E., 

247 W Baltimore bet Hanover and 
Charles, 

Dealer in 



DRESS TRIMMINGS, 

Hoop Skirts, Fancxj Goods aiid 
General Auction Bargains. 



BROWN M. & S., 243 W Baltimore 
bet Charles and Hanover (up 
stairs, Importers and Manu- 
facturers OF PARIS FLOW- 
ERS, FEATHER HEAD ORNA- 
MENTS and Millinery Goods. 

Coburn Mrs. J., 19 N Gay 

Crane Benjamin & Co., 249 W Bal- 
timore 

Goldenherg H. k Co., 51 N Howard 

60LDENBERG & WEINBERG, 
163 W Baltimore, Laces and Em- 
broideries. 



Goldman Edward, 490^ W Balti- 
more 

Grinsfelder & Bro., 25 N Howard 

JORDAN & ROSE, 1 N Howard, 
one door North of Baltimore, 
Jobbers in MILLINERY GOODS, 
HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS, NO- 
TIONS &C. Job lots from New 
York Auctions received daily., 

KEYSER MOSES, Sharp c Pratt 

Loewenthal Mrs. J., 27 N Howard 

Mimmi Mrs., 53 Hanover 

Munroe Mrs., 53 Hanover 



OBERNDORF & LAUER, 

243 W Baltimore, bet Charles and 
Hanover, 

Importers and Jobbers of 

RIBBONS, MILLINERY 

and WHITE GOODS, 

Notions, Trimmings, and General 
Auction Bargains, and Manu- 
facturers of 



Seldner S. W., N W c Howard and 
Fayette 

STRAUSS BROTHERS, 54 Hano- 
ver and 649 W Baltimore 

Thompson Miss Maria T., 84 Hano- 
ver 

Weingarten A.. 166 W Lexington 

Young George W., N E c Charles 
and Lexington 

Mill Pick and Hammer 
Manufacturer. 
Green J. J., North c Centre 

Mill Stones. 

Morris & Trimble, Falls av n Pratt 
STARR B. F. & CO., S E c North 
and Centre 



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Millwrights. 

MURRAY, CLARK. THORNTON 
& CO., 42 and 44 York. (See ad- 
vertisement.) 

Valentine & Thompson, Falls av c 
Lombard 

Millers, Merchant. 

(See also Flour and Feed; , also 
Flour Mills.) 

DYER SAMUEL, 38 Commerce, 
Manufiicturer of Reservoir Fami- 
ly. Extra and Superfine Flour. 

GAMBRILL C. A. & CO., 32 and 34 
Commerce, Manufacturers PA- 
TAPSCO AND CHESAPEAKE 
FLOUR. C. A. Gambrill, R. G. 
Macgill, P. H. Macgill. 

Price Joseph, 50 Commerce 

TYSON & BROTHER,40 Commerce, 
Manufacturer of Extra Super 
Flour and kiln-dried Corn Meal. 

Wright & Canby, Commerce c Ca- 
ble 

Milk Dealers. 

(;See also BaTTER Dealers.) 
Burns Wm., 114 N Caroline 
Mescaslin Robert, 14U Central av 
Norris Eliza, 19 Central av 
Stockdale B. C, 28 N Eutaw 

Mineral "Waters. 

{See also Bottlers.) 
Egerton A. B., 99 W Baltimore 
Pier G. W. & Co., Hanover c Balti- 
more 
Randall D. A., S W c Calvert and 

Fayette 
Thomas John, Bell Air mkt 
WALSH EDMOND, 29 S Frederick 

Mining Companies. 

Coulter Gr. T., Second adj P. 0. 
Garden Hill Mining Co., 34 Second 
Guilford, 34 Second 
Lough Jos., 34 Second 



North State Copper and Gold, 34 

Second 
Silver Hill, 34 Second 
TYSON ISAAC Jr. & SONS, 7 

South, General Mining 

Morocco Manufacturers. 

(See also Leather Dealers ; also 
Hides axd Leather; also Cur- 
riers.) 
Ballauf Augustus, 69 Harrison 
Brandt H. & %"o., 29 Saratoga 
Carrigan D., 168 N Front 
Kalbfus & Locher, 8 S Calvert 
Klees Henry & Sons, 15, 17 and 19 

Saratoga 
RAABE CHARLES, LININGS 
AND MOROCCO MANUFAC- 
TORY, 31 Saratoga. 

Music Stores. 

McCaffrey henry, 



km ^vihMjtx, 



205 W Baltim-ore bet Charles and 
Light 



The largest assortment of Music 
in the City can be found at this Es- 
tablishment. 

Miller & Beacham, 10 N Charles 
Schmidt T. A., 34 N Charles 
Willig George, 1 N Charles (pub- 
lisher) 

Musical Instrument Makers. 

{See also Pianos.) 
Boucher W., Jr., 38 E Baltimore 
Eisenbrandt C. H., 78 W Baltimore 
HILDEBRANDT C. H., MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENT MANUFACTU- 



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erty Engine House. Clarionets, 
Flutes, Fifes, &c., made to order. 
Kepairing done at the shortest 
notice, and warranted in all cases. 
Kreiner Geo., 267 Montgomery 
Kummer August, 47 Harrison 
Kummer & Schetetich, 81 N Front 
SAUER FRANCIS, 98 W Balti- 
more and 29 Holiday (drums) 
Schreiber John G., 39 Albemarle 

Mustard Manufacturer. 

MARKELL CHARLES, S E c Cal- 
vert and Lombard 

Nail Makers. 

(See also Hardware.) 

AVALON NAIL WORKS, 53 Ex- 

chnnge pi 
KEITH M. Jr. & SON, 23 S Charles. 

(See advertisement.) 
PRATT E. & BRO., 27 and 29 S 

Charles 
Wyeth & Brc, 25 S Charles 

^Nautical Instrument Manu- 
facturers. 

{See also Mathematical, Nauti- 
cal, AND Philosophical In- 
strument Makers.) 

HAGGER & BRO., 72 W Pratt, 
Manufacturers and Importers of 
NAUTICAL AND MATHEMA- 
TICAL Instruments, C/iro?tome- 
ters for sale or hire. Cltrononie- 
ters rated by transit observations. 
The oldest establishment in the 
city. 

WALTHER PETER, 

•70 W Pratt c Gay. 



All kinds of Nautical Goods ma- 
nufactured and warranted equal to 
best imported, wholesale and retail. 

14* 



NEW 



Naval Stores. 



161 



SMITH C. HART, Agent for Geo. 
S. Page k Bro., Ill Smith's whf. 
(See advertisement.) 

* Needles. 

DIETZ L. D. «fc CO., 308 W Balti- 

more. (See advertisement inside 
back coTer.) 

News Agents. 

{See also Booksellers and Pub- 
lishers.) 

Crowley James, 116 W Baltimore 
Reid Mrs. E., 686 W Baltimore 
Taylor Henry, 111 W Baltimore 

Newspapers. 

American Farmer, N. B. Worthing- 
ton, editor, 2 Carroll Hall 

Baltimore American and Commer- 
cial Daily Advertiser, Dobbin k 
Fulton, proprietors, 128 W Bal- 
timore 

Baltioiore Clipper, Bull k Tuttle, 
proprietors, 134 W Baltimore 

Baltimore Price Current, Geo. U. 
Porter, publisher. Merchants' Ex- 
change Reading Rooms, Second 

Baltimore Republican, B. H. Rich- 
ardson k Co., proprietors, 7^ W 
Baltimore ^ 

BALTIMORE WECKER, William 
SchnauflFer, publisher, 3 N Fre- 
derick. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

Catholic Mirror, Kelly, Hedian & 
Piet, proprietors, 174 W Balti- 
more 

GAZETTE, Carter & Co., publishers, 
112 W Baltimore. (See adver- 
tisement interleaved.) 

GERMAN CATHOLIC PEOPLE'S 
GAZETTE, J. k C. KREUGER, 
publishers, office 114 W Balti- 
more, residence 56 W Baltimore 
n Gay 



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OIL 



German Correspondent, Frederick 
Eaine, editor and publisher, 3 S 
Gay 

Lutheran Observer, Storck & Neil, 
160 W Baltimore 

Methodist Protestant, S. W. Ewing, 
12 N Gay 

Rural Register, S. Sands. proprietor, 
134 W Baltimore 

SUN (THE), A. S. ABELL & CO., 
proprietors, S E c South and Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement in- 

SUNDAY TELEGRAM, Cole & 
Norris, publishers and proprie- 
tors, 122 W Baltimore. (See ad- 
vertisement interleaved.) 

Night "Work. 

Streib K., 141 S Wolf 

Notaries Public. 

{See also Conveyancers; also 
Lawyers.) 

LATIMER JAS. B., S W c Fayette 
and St Paul 

Murdoch Wm. F., Commercial 
Bdgs. 45 Gay 

NORRIS THOMAS M., S W c Gay 
and Lombard 

RICH THOMAS R., 81 SECOND 
(2d floor), notary PUBLIC 

WARREN LEANDER, 61 Second, 
Notary Public and Marine Busi- 
ness attended to. 

Notions. 

{See also Yankee Notions.) 

Dietz L., 151 Franklin 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

HOBLITZELL JAS. H., 273 W 
Baltimore 

JORDAN A ROSE, 1 N Howard 

Lew A., 59 W Baltimore 

MAYER & BROTHER, 4 N Howard 

Oberndorfe, J., 288 W Baltimore 

OBERNDORF & LUNER, 243 W 
Baltimore 



TORNEY JOHN H., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Notion and Variety Store, 

192 W Pratt. 

Oars, Sweeps, Sculls, &c. 

Delano W. H., 45.1 W Pratt 
Neily R. W. & Son, 115 Thames 

Oil Machine. 
HARDESTER & BOKEE, 321 W 
Baltimore n Howard. (See ad- 
vertisement interleaved.) 

Oil Manufacturers. 

{See also Paints, Oils, &c.) 

BOLTON HUGH & CO., 81 McEl- 
derry's whf 

BURNS & CO., 96 Light st whf, 
Commission Merchants and 
Dealers in OILS, PAINTS, GRO- 
CERIES. FLOUR, LIQUORS, &c. 

C APRON & CO., 79 South 

CPvESCENT COAL OIL CO., of 
Baltimore, 62 S Gay. (See ad- 
vertisement interleaved.) 

Curran Charles, 210 N Gay 

RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

West C. &, Sons, 306 W Pratt 

Oil Merchants. 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

GARDNER WM. G. & CO., 1 S 
Liberty. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

Hall A. C, 81 Smith's whf 

PARKHURST J., Jr , & CO., 78 
Bowly's whf, GENERAL COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS, and 
DEALERS IN OILS AND CAN- 
DLES. OILS — Sperm, AVhale, 




NONPAREIL 

EEFINED BURNING OIL, 
LUBEICATING OILS, 
JAPAN VARNISH, 
PARAFFINE VARNISH, 
AXLE AND WAGON GREASE 
CATOLES AND SOAP, 
SPERM, WHALE, AND 
LARD OILS. 




CRESCENT 

COAL OIL COMPANY. 



OF 



REFINED BURNfflG OIL, 

LUBRICATING OILS, 

J^xle Grrease^ fee. 

Manufactory, Cor. S. Howard and West Streets, 

BALTIMORE. 

HENRY R. WILSON, Preset. 
JOSEPH C. MERRITT & BROS/ 

125 and 127 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

MANUFACTUKEKS OF ALL KINDS OF 

gnrnmg £lmh^, %\zxo^tnt or Coal ^Hs, Camp^ttte, ^iire ®ils, 
Deodorized Benzole for Painters' Use, Lubricating Oils, &o. 

Where can be found a good supply of best quality Oils, at the lowest market price. 
Oils in prepared barrels, for shipment ; also, in cans, for country trade. 



A. & W. J. HAMILL, 

182 S. EDEN ST., 




BALTIMORE, MD., 

iittanufarturers of 



M 



9 

DEODORIZED BENZINE, . 

FINE AND HEAVY 

ALL OF WHICH 

THEY GUARANTEE AS GOOD AS ANY PRODUCED, 
AND OFFER THE TRADE AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

Merchants visiting the City are respectfully solicited to give us a 
call before purchasing. 

]¥o. 89 HANOTER STREET, 

DEALER IX 



CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, 
And a general assortment of House Furnishing 6i)ods, &c. 



AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 

DEALERS IN 



LUBRICATING, LARD, AND WHALE OILS, 

MANUFACTUREKS OF ALL KINDS OF 

^''EROSENE AND ETHEREAL OIL LAMPS, 
CHANDELIERS, &c. &c., 

Nos. 337 W. Baltimore and 52 German Streets, 

Between Howard and Eutaw Sts., T^ /K T ■ '3PT!lVr <;> 'F^ T*^ > 

WM. G. GARDNER & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

1 L BF.I/^.i.TINQ AND ILLUMINATING 

'CARBON OILS, 

LAMPS, SHADES, AND FIXTURES, 
No. 1 S. LIBERTY STREET, 

HARDESTER & BOKEE, 

DEALERS IN 

lEEOSENE, ETHEEEAL, COAL, AND LAED 
KEROSENE AND ETHEREAL OIL LAMPS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Wicks, Chimneys, Cans, Shades, Lanterns, &c., 
No 321 W. BALTIMORE ST., near Howard, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



GEO. S. PAGE & BROTHER, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



ROOFING MATERIALS, 

DKY AND TAEKED SHEATHING AND EOOHNG PELT, 

BRIGHT VARNISH, TAR OIL, NORTHERN PITCH, 

AND DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES, 

No. 139 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. 



AGENT FOR 

GEO. S. PAGE & BROTHER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

Mm Ml ^^uUX'Wxmt 

AND GRAVEL ROOFS, 
AND DEALERS IN ROOFING MATERIALS, 

No. Ill Smith's Wharf, Baltimore. 

H. K. HOFFMAN & CO., 

FOR THE SALE OF 

FLOUR, GRAIN, BUTTER, LARD, BACON, 

AND COUNTRY PRODUCE QENERALLY, 
No. 45 SOUTH HOWABD STREET, 
.MAN, J IB^^ILjTIJVrOiF^DE]- 



H. K HOFFMAN 
J. W. P1TT3 



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OIL 



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Patent, Elephant, Polar, Solar, 
Lard, Cod, Straits, Bank, Rosin. 
CANDLES — Sperm, Chemical, 
Imperial, Adamantine. 

' Oil, Coal. 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

BELVIDERE COAL OIL WORKS, 
CAPRON & CO., 79 South, op 
Corn Exchange. CRUDE PE- 
[^ TROLEUM, REFINED PETRO- 
LEUM, DEODORIZED BEN- 
ZINE, LUBRICATING OILS. 

Bolton Wm. H. & Brother, 84 W 
Pratt 

BOLTON W. B. & CO., 35 S Cal- 
vert and 26 Cheapside 

BOOZ JAMES, 66 S Caroline, Deal- 
er IS COAL OIL, COAL OIL 
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, 
BURNERS, &c. 

Bowen & Mercer, 3 Exchange pi 

C APRON & CO., 79 South 

COOK & HERRING, 7 S Charles. 
(See advertisement op China.) 

CRESCENT COAL OIL CO. OF 
BALTIMORE, 62 S Gay. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

Dubreuil & Co., Fremont c Lee 
L Ford C. W., 32 Lio^ht 
' GARDNER WM. G.& CO., IS Lib- 
erty. (See advertisement inter- 
( leaved.) 
Grahnm Wm., 379 W Pratt 
HAMILL A. & W. J., 182 S Eden. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 

HAMILL R. W. & CO., 64 Hanover, 
Dealers in Carbon, Kerosene, and 
Coal Oils, Benzine, Machine Oil, 
and Axle Grease. 

HAMILL & CO., 125 N Gay, Man- 
ufacturers and Dealers in Carbon, 
Kerosene and Coal Oils, with a 
large assortment of Coal and 
Ethereal Oil Lamps. 

HARDESTER & BOKEE, 321 W 



Baltimore n Howard. (See adver- 
tisement interleaved.) 
JARDEN, SAMUEL, 89 Hanover. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 



McNEAL & JONES, 
34 S Calvert, 

DEALERS IN COAL OIL, 

GREASING. LUBRICATING OILS. 

ALCOHOL, &c. 

MERRITT JOS. C. & BROS., 125 
and 127 Eastern av. (See adver- 
tisement interleaved.) 

NEWBOLD J. F., 2 E Baltimore, 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
Kerosene and Coal Oil, and 
Lamps, &c. 

Poultney Eugene, 136 W Pratt 

RICHARDSON &C0., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

Smith Robert M., 13 S Sharp 

WALTHAM C. S., 62 N Eutaw, 
Dealer in Oil and Lamps of every 
description. Chimneys, Wicks, 
Shades, &c., all at the lowest 
prices. Lamps altered and re- 
paired 

West C. & Sons, 306 W Pratt 

Oil, Coal, Retail. 

Conradt Geo., High c Fayette 
GRIMES CHARLES E., 63 W Lex- 
ington 
Hamill J. H. , S E c Franklin & Paca 
Harteveld R. T., 59 Fremont 
Kitner S., 227 S Broadway 
Massicot Robert, 338 N Gay 
Treusch Charles, 119 S Broadway 
TreuschPhilipiana, 236 S Broadway 

Oil, Lard. 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 



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OYS 



CHASE TTELLS & GEHRMANN, 
6 S Howard. (See advertisement 
op Yarn?, Batts, Wicks, &c.) 

GARDNER WM. G. & CO., 1 S Lib- 
erty. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

• Oil, Linseed. 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore, and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

GARDNER WM. G. & CO., 1 S Lib- 
erty. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

Smith Thomas and J. M., 21 and 23 
Smith's whf 

Oil, Lubricating. 
CRESCENT COAL OIL CO. of Bal- 
timore, 62 S Gay. (See advertise- 
ment.) 

Oil, Sperm. 
CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, 
6 S Howard. (See advertisement 
of Yarns, Batts, Wicks, &c.) 

Oil and Candle Manufactu- 
rers. 

{See also Soap axd Caxdle Ma- 
kers.) 

AMMIDON & CROMBIE, 337 W 
Baltimore, and 52 German. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

PARKHURST J., Jr., & CO., 78 
Bowlv's whf 

RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement 
interleaved.) 

Opticians. 

{See also Spectacles.) 
King. F. W-. & R., 226 W Baltimore 
SADTLER P. B & SONS, 212 W 
Baltimore, Opticians, and Import- 



ers and Dealers in Watches, Jew- 
elry, Silver Ware, Ac 

Organ Builders. 
Erben Henry, 7 S Eutaw 
Tulley B.,'7 S Eutaw 

*Oyster Packers. 

{See also Hermetically Sealed 
Cans and Jars.) 

Baldwin Myer & Co., 90 W Falls av 

Buckley & Smith, 121 Hillen 

Callahan T. &D., ft Mill 

FIELD A., 309 W Lombard. (See 
advertisement interleaved.) 

Hatch C. B. & Co., Ill McElderry's 
whf 

KENSETT THOS., 122 W Falls av 
and Central av c Bank 

KING F. & CO., 247 W Pratt, Oys- 
ter Packers. All orders for 
Shucked, Shell, and Can 
Oysters will be promptly at- 
tended to. 

Maltby C. S., City Block n Falls av 

MANN A. & CO., 38 York 

NUMSEN, CARROLL & CO., 18 
Light. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

Pattinson T. S., 144 N Calvert 

Price, Lansdale & Co., 91 and 93 
McElderrys whf 

Seth Robert L., 9 Albemarle 

SHRIVER JOHN L. & EROS., 307 
W Pratt 

THOMAS S. W. & E. C, Jr., 143 
German. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 

Wentz Wm. A. & Co., S E c Pratt 
and Emory 

Oyster Saloons. 

{See also Restaurants.) 
Carter David, 853 W Baltimore 
Kendall & McCart, 98 W Balti- 
more 
Stone Edward, 1 Spring 
Talbott E. K., 367 W Baltimore 



S. W. & E. C. THOMAS, Jr., 



HERMEXrCALLY SEALED 



No. 143 GERMAN STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 



STEAMED FRESH GOYE OYSTERS! 




Put up by A. FIELD, Baltimore, 

At his Old Established Stand, 
IKTo- 303 T^T". XjoxxxTo^-irca. SSt., 

These Oysters retain all their original flavor and toughness. Warranted to keep 
12 months in any climate. 

NUMSEN, CARROLL Sl CO., 



p. 

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Oysters, "Wholesale. 

BARNES & DEBOW, WHOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IX OYSTERS, 
PRATT ST. WHARF. 

Packets. 

Australia Pioneer Line of Packets, 
from New York to Melbourne 
and Sidney. Thomas J. Hand 
& Co., agents, 56 S Gay, up 
st*iirs 

BALTIMORE AND LIVERPOOL. 
FOARD & ROGERS, 16 Bowly's 
wbf 

Boston Packets (Express Lines). 
Thomas Whitridge & Co., 22 and 
24 Bowly's whf 

Boston (Regular Commercial Line). 
T. R. Matthews & Son, agents, 18 
Bowly's whf (Weekly). 

Merchants' Line, Wilmington, N. 
C, Packets. Weekly, from 117 
Smith's whf. Dunnock & Weath- 
erly, agents. 

New Dispatch Line, from Baltimore 
to Providence. Sail weekly. S. 
Phillips & Co., agents, 95 South. 

New Orleans (Henderson & Co. Re- 
gular Line) leave twice every 
month. Office, Pratt c Com- 
merce. 

New York. Semi-weekly, Wednes- 
day and Saturday. Ross & Lyon, 
agents, c O'Donnell's whf and 
Pratt 

Philadelphia Packets (Brown's 
Line). Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday, via Canal, from 81 
Smith's whf. J. W. Brown & 
Son. 

I'APSCOTT BROS. & CO., 68 South 
Street, New York. JOHN Q. A. 
HERRING, agent, 293 Baltimore 
Sharp 

iCking-box Makers. 

(See BoxMAKERS ; also, 
Carpenters.) 



Packing Houses. 

(See also Provision Dealers.) 

Bankard & Krebs, 52 N Caroline 
CASSARD G. & SON, PORK 
PACKERS and HAM CURERS, 
407 and 409 W Baltimore 
Kimberly Brothers, 29 McKim 

^Painters of Banners, Signs, 
and Show Cards. 

EMMART & QUARTLEY, late of 
Shriver & Emmart, at the old 
sign depot, 276 W Baltimore, 
nearly op Hanover 

Painters — House, Sign, and 
Ornamental. 

Anderson Wm., 2 L Sharp 
ANDREWS P. F.. 36 South, 
House, Sign, and Ornamental 
Painter. 
Baughman J. K., 46 N Schroeder 
Benson William, 150 N Howard 
Black L. W., 188 Biddle, 
Blackstone W., 34 Mosher 
Booth Samuel E., 72 S Eden 
Bowen Thomas H., 23 German 
CarrF. A., 524 W Baltimore 
Christopher Milton, 3 W Pratt 
Coates Robert E, 5 L Sharp 
Conner R. R., 174 W Pratt 
Costello Wm.. 78 N Register 
Crisp Elijah, 89 N Green 
Dorwees E., 70 Ensor 
EMMART & QUARTLEY, 276 W 

Baltimore 
Fonder Richard, Harrison c Gay 
Frist John, 48 Marion 
Gardner John M., Holiday c Fay- 
ette 
Georgius F., 50 N Pearl 
Gillinsham Sol., 69 N Fremont • 
GREEN GEORGE T., 51 South 
House, Sign, and Ornamental 
Painter. 
Hall J. R., 297 S Charles 
Heinz Charles, 83 N Schroeder 
Hoffman E. R., 266 W Pratt 



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Hook Fred., 52 Clay 
Howser Jacob R., Harrison c Balti- 
more 
Huggins "W., 16 N Oregon 
Hulse & Davidson, 58 W Fayette 
Hurst Thomas A., 91 N Schroeder 
Jackell Fred.. 7 New Church 
Jeffreys T. R , Fayette c North 
Jenkins Joseph B., 13 S Caroline 
Jones Thomas, 219 W Fayette 
Keams A., 88 St Paul 
Keilholtz C, 11 L Sharp 
Koch Henry, 145 S Wolf 
Kone Andrew, 8 St Paul 
Lacy M , 9 Camden la 
Lambright C, 14 N High 
McLean A., 2 Harrison 
Maccubbin T. C, 42 North 
Madden Wm. T., 142 N Calvert 
Martino W., 129 Cross 
Meakin Samuel, 87 Mulberry 
Mohr & Landbreck, 133 Mulberry 
O'Laughlin M., St Paul c Lexington 
Plumber S., 200 S Charles 
Ptedifer C. A., 24 L Sharp 
Rice H. D., 13 S Caroline 
Ross W. C, 6 Henrietta 
Shriver & Co., 234 W Baltimore 
Smith H. M.^24 S Liberty 
Steidel H., 64 Penn. av 



TURNER THOMAS K., 

HOUSE AND SIGN 
PAINTER, 

11 SOUTH STREET. 



Vocke F. F., 266 Hanover 
Weaver D. C, 124 N Eutaw 
Weaver James, 418 W Baltimore 
Welch John & Son, 146 Thames 
Whelan Thos., 16 L Sharp 
Wuchner G. A., 78 Albemarle 
Zimmerman A., 263 Canton av 



Paint Manufacturers. 

MEYER AUG. G., 100 W Lombard 
POPPLEIN G. & N. jr., 50 North. 
(See advertisement op. Druggists.) 
YOUNG GEO. W., 172 Light St whf, 
Manuftures CHROME YELLOW, 
PRUSSIAN BLUES, CHINESE 
BLUE, LAUNDRY and LOANGO 
WASHING BLUES, Washing 
Blues of all kinds. Colors of 
all kinds, dry and ground in oil, 
constantly on hand at wholesale 
and retail. 

Painty Oils, &c. 

BAKER, BRO. & CO., 32 and 34 S 
Charles. (See advertisement.) 

Ball Walter jr. & Co., 177 W Pratt 

Barrett James, 89 Richmond and 
240 W Lejcington 

BOLTON HUGH & CO., 81 McEl- 
derry'swhf, have always on hand, 
at their manufactory. Ethereal, 
Camphene and Pine Oil, Kerosene 
and Coal Oil, Copal, Japan, 
Bright, Black, Hatters' and 
Headle Varnish, Rosin, Pitch, 
Spirits of Turpentine, Paints and 
Oil, Window Glass and Paint 
Brushes of all kinds and sizes, 
together with a variety of other 
articles in their line, all of which 
they offer for sale at the lowest 
prices. 

W. B. BOLTON ^ CO., 

55 S. Calvert, and 26 Cheapside, 



Manufacturers and 



DEALERS IX 



m 



Camphene, Ethereal and Coal Oil, 

Window Glass, Paints, 

Varnishes, <fcc. 



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167 



Bolton ^Ym. H. & Bro., 84 W Pratt 
BURNS & CO., 96 Li^ht st whf 
CANBY, GILPIN &^C0., N W c 

Light and Lombarrl 
CLOTWORTHY & FLINT, 339 W 

Baltimore 
CURLEY HENRY R., 2 S Howard 

WILLIAM DAYISON & CO., 

104 Lombard, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CHEMICALS, 

VARNISHES. 

PAINTS 

WHITE LEAD, Ac. 

DODGE GEO. R. & CO.'S Artists' 
and Painters' Wholesale and Re- 
tail Supply Store, 42 W Baltimore 
Fusselbaugh, W. H. B., 168 N Gay 
HAMILL A. & W. J., 182 S Eden. 

(See advertisement op Oils.) 
Harrison Mrs. D. E., 194 E Balti- 
more 
Hays John, 313 N Gay 
Hirshberg Henry, 31 Ensor 
Holloway George, 183 Broadway 
Holthaus Francis T., 10 W Balti- 
more 
Holthaus & Bro., S E c Broadway 

and Thames 
Hulls John, 128 N Gay 
Keilholtz Otis, S E c Franklin and 

Green 
King John & Son, Howard c Lex- 
ington 
Loane George J., ft Cross 
MEYER AUG. G., 100 W Lombard 
POPPLEIN G. & N. Jr., 50 North. 
(See advertisement op Druggists.) 
RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert 
c Mercer. (See advertisement 
op Oil.) 
BODENMAYER JOHN, 51 N Paca 
SMITH J. IRWIN, ?152 Pratt st 
whf 



TOWNSEND T. J., 489 W Balti- 
more 
VOGELER A. & CO., 5 S Libery 
Watson Alexander D , 173 W Pratt 
YOUNG GEO. W., 172 Light st whf 

Paper Box Makers. 

Bruehl & Hartel, 219 W Baltimore 
Hill William, 76^ Dover 
Martin William, 24 New Church 
SEIDENNITZ F. W., 107 W Lom- 
bard c Light, Manufacturer of 
PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER 
BOXES, manufactures to order 
BOXES for Druggists, Perfumers, 
Hardware, Hosiery, Parasol, 
Shoe, Cord, Ink, and every other 
description of Paper Boxes 
Stein I., 397 W Pratt 



WEAVER LEVI, 
Wholesale and Retail 

FiLI^ER BOX 

MANUFACTt RER, 

17i *S Sharp st c German {tip 
stairs), Baltimore. 

L. W. has constantly on hand 
and makes to order, all kinds of 
Paper Boxes. 

Paper Hangers. 

Hallock Z., 264 N Gay 
HOLLAND WILLIAM, 72 N How- 
ard 
Holtz David A., 203 E Baltimore 
MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement op 
Upholsterers.) 
Orth George P., 231 Eager 
Thomas Philip J., 709 W Balti- 
more 
Weber John, 246 Canton av 
Willson Joseph E., 163 Madison av 



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PAT 



Paper Hangings. 

Albert A. & H. J., 26 N Eutaw 
Apler Orlando, 608 W Baltimore 
Batchellor Wallace, 167 Hanover 
Becklev William, 202 N Gay 
CROOK WALTER, Jr., 220 W 

Baltimore 
DIETER k JOHNSON, 28 N How- 
ard, one door ab Fayette, Impor- 
ters and Manufacturers of Wall 
Papers. Gilt Shades and Vene- 
tian Blinds 
Golder & Unduch, 33 Hanover 
Griffith William H., 13 Gay 
Hamilton Caleb, 66 N Eutaw 
Happensett & Lindenberg, 2 Front 
Head Washington, 702 W Baltimore 
Herring 0., 80 W Baltimore 
Holtz Emanuel. 107 N Howard 
HOWELL & BROTHERS, Mantt- 
FACTURERS and Importers of 
PAPER HANGINGS, CURTAIN 
PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, 
&c., 260 W Baltimore, op Hanover 
Hynson B. T., 54 N Howard 
Mann Brothers, 121 Hanover 
Mettee Albert R., 150 S Broadway 
METTEE MILTON D., 41 N Eutaw 
n Lexington mkt (marble build- 
ing), Dealer in Paper Hangings 
and W^indow Shades. 
Moore George, 790 W Baltimore 
MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement op 
Upholsterers.) 
Myers John W., 42 N Howard 
Robinson John, 30 W Baltimore 
Tumbleison C. H., 121 S Broadway 

Paper Stock. 

{See also Junk Dealers.) 
Roby & Co., 118 Light st whf 
SAVAGE CHARLES E., 34 and 36 
Lee 

Paper Warehouses. 

BAKER «fc McCRACKEN, 120 W 
Lombard, Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Paper and Bags. 



DUSHANE J. A., 
Commission Paper Dealer, 

40 SOUTH CHARLES. 

P. S. The highest Cash Price paid 
for Rags. 



Fisher & O'Conner, 123 Hillen 
Knight & Johnson, 21 S Charles 

RUDOLPH WM., 

Paper and Paper Box Board 

MANUFACTURER, 

No. 31 S Hanover St., Baltimore, 

And Dealer in Printing, Manilla, 

Wrapping, Straw, and all other 

kinds of Paper, Boards, <fcc. 

Highest Cash Price paid for Paper, 

Rags, Rope, Bagging, &c. 

Orders for Paper filled at short 

notice. 

ROBINSON JAMES S., 

PAPER WAREHOUSE, 

No. 5 S Charles Street, 

A few doors below Baltimore St., 

BALTIMORE. 

Keeps on hand and has made to or- 
der all kinds of Paper. 

Purchases Rags, Ropes, Canvass, 
and other Mill Stock. 



Wheelwright J. Mudge «fc Co., 14 

Hanover 
WILLIS & ADAMS, 12 S Charles 

Patent Medicines. 

Cox Mrs. M., 158 E Baltimore 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 

more. (See advertisement inside 

back cover.) 



p. LENFIELD PERKINS, 

7S' TOT O W .O /n TO- 3. T3' XTT TQ TO- 

No. 99 W. BALTIMORE STREET, 

Nearly opposite Holiday Street, and 

207' "W". IBetltlTn ore Street, 

Seventeen years' successful prosecution of his profession recom- 
mends Mr. P. to tlie Public who want Pictures, which are here exe- 
cuted in all the various styles. 



J. H. WHITEHURST'S 




123 BALTIMORE ST., Baltimore, Md., 

Four doors above Sun Building, 

Where every kind of Likeness known to tlie Photographic Art is made in its 
greatest perfection, and at the lowest rates. 

The following Medals have been awarded him for his improvements in the Art : — 

Siivo liUdJtl.^ and Itvo ffl^tlifiatc;^ 

AWARDED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, IN" LONDON, 
AND A PRIZE AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE EXHIBITION, N. Y. 

The Highest Medals at the Fairs of the Maryland I?istittcte, 1850, 1851, 
1852, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, and 1857. 

And Premiums at the Great Fair at Castle Garden, New York. 

The Highest Atvard — a Silver Medal — at the National Fair of the Me- 
tropolitan Institute, Washington, D. C, 1853, and Two Medals in ]854. 

Also, the Highest Medal at the State Fair in Richmond, Va., 1854, 
1855, and 1856. 

And a Prize Premium, at the Great French Exhibition, 1855. 

Mr. W. was the first to produce life size Photographs on canvas, in Oil Colors, I 
from small and indistinct Daguerreotypes. 



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169 



Gouley Louis, jr., 60 W Baltimore 
Hance Seth S., 108 W Baltimore 
LARRABEE E. & SONS, 20 S Cal- 
vert 
Leonard Wm. T. & Co., 10 North 
Lynch Wm., Falls Road n tollgate 
Reinhardts Chas., 160 E Baltimore 
Schoolfield & Co., 20 N Gay 
SMITH HENRY R., 7 Mercer 

Pa-wn Brokers. 

(See also Loan Offices.) 
Dewolf S., 10 Harrison 
Labe Isaac, 15 S Gay 
Ulman Jacob & Benjamin F. 22 N 
Gay 

^Perfumers. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
front cover.) 

Photographers. 

{See also Artists.) 

BENDANN BROTHERS, 207 W 

Baltimore 
BRADY'S GALLERY, lb9 W Bal- 
timore. AMBROTYPES and 
CARTE DE VISITES. 
D'Almine George, 91 W Baltimore 
Davis W., 63 E Baltimore 
Dellafrank Francis, 300 N Gay 
Enkle J. S., 25 W Baltimore 
FISCHER & BRO., CENTRAL 
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 
103 W Baltimore 
Fulds S., 163 N Gay 
Hinkle A., 357 W Baltimore 
HOHLWEGS VINCENT, Cards de 
Visit, AMBROTYPE and PHO- 
TOGRAPH GALLERY, 531 W 
Baltimore, bet Pine and Fremont 
ISRAEL & CO., 125 W Baltimore 
Johnson Joseph, 73 W Baltimore 
Korn Charles, 472 W Baltimore 
Leach & Damp, 127 \V Baltimore 
McCarriar Jas., 9 W Baltimore 
Massicott Wm., 234 W Lexington 
MiUer W. J., 256 W Pratt 
15 



Mottz Henrv, 217 W Baltimore 
Munder T.,*131 W Baltimore 
Perkins J. T7., 211 AV Baltimore 
PERKINS P. LENFIELD, 99 and 
207 W Baltimore. (See advertise- 
ment interleaved.) 

PERRY &BRO., 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, 

121 W Baltimore n South 

Eugene A. Perry, James B. E. 
Perry. 

Politzer I., 427 W. Baltimore 
Pollock H., 155 W Baltimore 
Ridgely R. D., N E c Eutaw and Lex- 
ington 
Salgues & Co., 105 W Baltimore 
Schaefer Henry, 671 W Baltimore 
Shorev Wm. F., 87 W Baltimore 
Stahn'Matthew, 91 N Gay 
TAYLOR G. W. H., 147 W Lexing- 
ton 
Troppmann H , 61 Hanover 
Tucker Joseph, 466 W Baltimore 
Varden & Lansdale, 220 W Balti- 
more 
Volkmar Charles, 8 N Frederick 

F. WAGNER'S 

GALLERY OF 
PHOTOGRAPHY, 

No. 63 S W c Baltimore and Gay. 

Wagner Henry, 220 Light 
WALZL J. H., 213 W Baltimore n 

Charles 
Walzl Louis, 65 W Baltimore 



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PHY 



WALZL'S RICHARD. GALLERY 
OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 77 W 
BALTIMORE 



WEAVER J. W., 

AMBROTYPE & PHOTOGRAPH 
Skylight Gallery, 

85 W Baltimore n Tripolett's al. 



"Weaver Wm. H., 147 E Baltimore 
Weilepp A., 19 E Baltimore 
Wheedons M., 135 S Broadway 
Whitehill Louis, 282 N Gay 
WHITEHURST J. H., 123 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement in- 
terleaved.) 
Wilson Charles, 93 W Baltimore 
Wunder G , 333 W Baltimore 
Young J. H., 205 and 231 W Balti- 
more 

Photographic Materials. 

King Wm. & Bro.. 2 N Liberty 
WALZL J. H., 213 W Baltimore n 

Charles, Photographic Materials 

of all descriptions. 

Phrenologist. 

SetchellJ. W., 84 W Baltimore 

Physicians. 

(See also Druggists.) 

Adkisson W. H. H., N E c Eutaw 

and Saratoga 
Albers H., 237 W Pratt 
Andre John R. D. , 71 Aisquith 
Armitage James, c Paca and Fay- 
ette 
Baldwin Edwin, 124 N Exeter 
Bantz Edward, 22-Columbia 
Bartscher R Dr., 36 Watson 
Baxley H. Willis, 185 W Fayette 
Beatty George D., 116 St Paul 
Benson Geo. W., 199 Hanover 
Bode W., 169 W Lombard 



Borck E., jr., 429 W Baltimore 
Brewer G. G., 76 N Green 
Brooks J. D., 163 Aisquith 
Brown S., 501 W Baltimore 
Buckler Thomas, 41 W Lexington 
Bull B. H. D., 260 W Pratt 
Butler J. H., 8 N Green 
Busk Thomas M. Albemarle, dwg 
N E c Broadway and Pratt, one 
door from Lombard 
Chatard F. E., Lexington c Charles 
Chew S. C, 68 N Paca 
Chunn J. T., 181 Madison av 
Cockey E., S E c Watson and Exeter 
Cox E. Gover, 92 N Paca 
Creek J. W., 99 North 
Cunningham C. T., Central av c 

Pratt 
Dalrymple Wm. D., 143 N Eutaw 
Damman John, 76 N Fremont 
Darre Geo. H., 29 S Eutaw 
Dashiell J. N., Broadway c Alice 

Anna 
Davis W. H., 43 W Lexington 
DAVIDSON DR. SAMUEL A., 
67 S Charles bet Pratt and Lom- 
bard 
Dorsey E. G., 102 S Eden 
Doyle J. A., 21 S Gay 
Dunbar John, 151 W Lombard 
Dwinelle James E , 117S Broadway 
Emory A. Walsh, 65 E Baltimore 
Erich Augustus, 114 S Broadway 
EVANS DR. THOS. B., OFFICE, 
c Ann and Alice Anna ; RESI- 
DENCE, 18 Jackson square 
Fay George, 12 Eden 
Fleming J. P., 122 N Green 
Friese B., 220 Alice Anna 
Fulton R. K., 53 S Sharp 
Garch James, 70 S Sharp 
Gill William F., 214 Riddle 
Goldsborough Dr., 90 Pearl 
Hartman John, 165 Aisquith 
Hammond Milton, 284 W Lexing- 
ton 
Haynel A., 90 N Eutaw 
HELDMANN DR. J. A., 120 N 
Pearl 



PHYSICIANS. 



171 



Henkle Wm., IfiS S Anna 
Hess Dr. F., 61 N Front 
Hillegist Eflmond, 72 Ensor 
Hintze F. E. B.. 21 S Gay 
Hoffman Daniel P., 279 W Fayette 
Huet Dr. A., S E c Frederick and 

Fayette 
Hungevford H., 639 W Lombard 
Inloes Dr. H. A., 92 S Broadway 
Jenkins Felix, 145 W Fayette 
Johnston C, 34 Mulberry 
Jones Buckler, Broadway c Gougb 
Keck Dr., 76 E Lombard 
Kemp AVilliam M., 56 K Green 
Kerstenbrock A., 192 Hanover 
Kevser C. C, 170 German 
Kinnemon Dr. P. S., N E c Pratt 

and Goup;h 
Knight S. T., 112 N Green 
Knowles Wm. G., 55 S Sharp 
KROZER JOHN J. R., 273 W Lex- 
ington 
Larkin W. D. F., 729 W Baltimore 
Lee R. C, 260 W Pratt 
Lemon A. H., 107 Gough 
Liebman Augusta, 47 N Front 
Linthicum J. G., 824 N Baltimore 
Littell N. W., N Green e Mulberry 
Loekwood Mrs- E., 236 W Lexing- 
ton 
McCullough J. Haines, 107 N Paca 
McKew D. L., 154 S Sharp 
McManus F. A., 15 N Eutaw 
Mackenzie J. P., St Paul c Lexing- 
ton 
Mackenzie J. S., St Paul c Lexing- 
ton 
Mahon 0. S-, 138 N Exeter 
Maris E. A., 68 St Paul 
Martin Samuel B., 131 E Pratt 
Martin Samuel H., 131 E Pratt 
Merrvraan M., 1.34 W Fayette 
MIDDLETON JOHN D., Homoeo- 
pathic Physician, 137 W Fayette 
Miller Edward A., 194 Biddle 
Monmonier John F., 225 E Balti- 
more- 
Monmonier Louis, 225 E Baltimore 
Montgomery J., 134 N Eutaw 



Morgan G. E., 66 N Charles 
Murdock T. F.. 107 St Paul 
Mittenberger G. W., 152 W Lom- 
bard 
O'Donnell D. A., 39 N Gay 
Owens Henry W., 103 W Fayette 
Owens Thomas, 103 W Fayette 
Painter Dr., Chiropodist, 20 E Bal- 
timore 
Panetti Jacob, 245 S Bond 
PAPE E., 55 N Eutaw 
Patterson J. H.. 80 St Paul 
Patrick Thomas L., 114 S Bond 
Piek Charles, 16 Eden 
Powell J. F., Pratt c Exeter 
Prince Edward, 90 Thames 
Reed James A., 73 E Baltimore 
Rich Arthur, 39 W Lexington 
Richardson C. C, 95 Columbia 
Richardson S. S., 315 W Fayette 
RIDER DR. WM. G., 90 Mulberry 
Rieley Wm., 47 W Lexington 
Roberts G. C. M., 135 and 114 Han- 

oyer 
Rose John, 57 S Sharp 
Sappington Thomas, 207 Franklin 
Schmidt J., 94 N Eutaw 
Starr H., 16 N Liberty 
Stevenson James S., 134 N Exeter 
Surrell W. G., 191 W Lombard 
Tarr Wm. H., 63 N Front 
Thomas James C, 37 S Sharp 
Thomas Richard, 37 S Sharp 
Thomas E. S., 172 N Exeter 
Titcomb Mrs. S., 51 E Baltimore 
VERDI C. S., 45 N Calvert 
Wagganer A., 101 W Lexington 
Wagner Chas. W., 235 S Eutaw 
Waters E. G., 21 Hollins 
Webster H. W., 128 S Sharp 
Webster Dr. H., 179 S Charles 
White J., 727 W Baltimore 
Whitridge J., 49 N Charles 
Whitridge Wm., 49 N Charles 
Williams Wm. J., Temple c Balti- 

more 
Wilson Dr. P. H., 72 N Green 
Yeates H. P. P., 117 N Exeter 



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PLU 



Piano Fortes. 

{See also Music Stores ; also Mu- 
sical Instruments; a/.-Jo Organ 
Builders. ) 

BALTIxMORE PIANO FORTE 
MANUFACTORY, J. J. WISE 

6 BROTHER, 31 Hanover 
Benteen Fred. D., 80 W Fayette 
Gaehle & Co., N E c Eutaw and 

Favette 

HEINEKAMP WM., PIANO MAN- 
UFACTURER, 511 W Baltimore 
n Pine 

KNABE WM. & CO., 1, 3, 5, and 

7 N Eutaw. Warehouse, W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement in- 
side back cover.) 

Newman Brother & Sons, W Lom- 
bard c S Oregon 
Stieff Charles M., 7 N Liberty 
THIEDE WM. F., 132 W Lexington 

Picture Dealer. 

{See also Looking-Glass &, Pic- 
ture-Frame Makers.) 

Cooke Warren E., 278 W Baltimore 

Pipes, Smoking. 

Dickenson, Bowen & Co., Grandby 

and E Falls av 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti 

more. (See advertisement inside 

back cover.) 

Plane Maker. 

{See also Edge Tools.) 
Ross W. C, 44 Light 

Planing Mills. 

{SeealsoSASH, Blinds and Doors.) 

EHRMAN & BERSCH, 210 S How- 
ard. (See advertisement op. Box 
Makers.) 

Maughglin & Johnson, 55 W Pratt 
and E Falls av, n Pratt st bridge 

Robinson E. W., Caroline c Alice 
Anna 



TURNER JOHN C, 140 Light st 

whf 
Wilson J. W. Jr., S Eutaw c Cross 

Plaster Mills. 

Dunnington J. A., ft Hughes 

Plaster Paris and Plaster 
Workers. 

ROMM NICOLAS, 433 W Balti- 
more, Fancy Plastering and Orna- 
ments ; also Rough Casting done 
to stand the weather. 

Russell William, 34 S Eutaw 

Plumbers, 

{See also Gas Fittters.) 

Brawders & Gary, 7 Eutaw House 
Broderick D., 88 St Paul 
Brooks E.F., 13 N Eutaw 
Calaghan P. & Co., 30 N Calvert 
CHAISTY EDWARD J., Jr., 49 
N Calvert one door from Sarato- 
ga, CALVERT PLUMBING 
WORKS. 
Clark L. P., 44 Holiday 
Connelly J. C, 85 Mulberry 
Conway John W., 175 German 
CONWAY JOHN W. & CO., 3 S 

Green 
Dorry E. G., Broadway, c Pratt 
Dunnett Wm., Eutaw c Madison 
Fleming S. B., 148 N Eutaw ^^ 

Grattan Thomas L.r^S^SI-e^thJ'' /r«< 
Hibbitts Thomas, 519 W Baltimore 
Hughes Robert, 46 St Paul 
Hurder Frederick, 115 St Paul 
Hunter S., 136 W Fayette 
Knipp G., 131 Henrietta 
Lee John W., 784 W Baltimore 
Loney & Brother, 156 N Gay 
Lyons A. J. & Co., 8 & 10 Holiday 
McCahan Daniel, 2 Null 
McCahan & Co., 161 E Pratt 
McCall P. A., 326 W Pratt 
McCart John, 90 St Paul 
McLaughlin P., 55 B Baltimore 
McLaughlin & Irwin,, 202 E Pratt 



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173 



E. HUB BA L L, 

6 and 8 N Liberty, 

I> L U M B iE R, 

and dealer in 

HYDKAULIC RAMS, 

Double and Single Action Lift and 
Forcing Pumps, Water Wheels, Pen 
Stocks, Fire Plugs, Slide Valves, 
Horse Powers, Ornamental Foun- 
tains, Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Iron 
& Copper Boilers, Cooking Ranges, 
Leather Hose, Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe, 
Sheet Lead, Pig and Bar Lead, 
Block and Bar Tin, Zinc, &c. &c. 

Mallalien Edward, 62 N Howard 
Mannis & McAllister, Paca c Sara- 
toga 
Newton Wm. M., 64 Thames 
Osier E P., 6 S Paca 
Potter C. W., 34 Second 
Ratican Thomas J., 1 Frederick 
Reilly J. & Son, 142 N Calvert 
Rock James P., Holiday c Saratoga 
SINDALL & SHORE Y, 2 W Pratt 
Vandiker William, .323 W Fayette 
Ward John, 13i N Frederick 

Pocket Book and Portmon- 
naie Manufacturers. 

(See also Morocco Cases.) 

DIETZ L. 1). & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 
Husgen James, 178^ JV Baltimore 
Koehlert H., 449 W Baltimore 
MORITZ ALB., 541 W Baltimore, 
Manufacturer and Dealer in 
P c k e t-Books, Portmonnaies, 
Satchels, &e. 

Potteries. 

Greble B., 76 Ensor 

HERMAN J., 765 Light, Earthen- 
ware Pottery 

Linton Wm. & Co., N W c Lexing- 
ton and Pine 

15 



FERINE M. & SONS. Potteries 
AND Salesroom 711 and 713 W 
Baltimore, Manufacturers op 
STONE and EARTHENWARE, 
also CIRCULAR FIRE BRICKS 
for Coal Stoves. 

Powder. 

{See Gunpowder.) 

* Preserved Fruits. 

{See also Hekmeticallv Sealed 
Canned Goods ; also Oyster 
Packers.) 

ESTABLISHED IN 1847- 



NUMSEN, CARROLL & CO., 

PRESERVERS, PICKLERS, 
OYSTER PACKERS, 4-c.,. 

No. 18 Light Street, 

BALTIMORE. 



MITCHELL JOHN T. & CO., 13 

and 17 Mercer 
THOMAS WM. H., 184 York n 

Howard 

Printers. 

Beach Brothers, 82 W Baltimore 
BROSS EDWARD, 149 W Lombard. 

(See advertisement ) 
Bull & Tuttle, 134 W Baltimore 
Hanzsche F. A., 234 W Baltimore 
Hanzsche & Co., Light c Baltimore 
Hartmann Charles. 29 Holiday 
Huber Henry E., 6 N Charles 
Innes W. M., 164 AV Baltimore 
Kelly, Hedian & Piet, 174 W Balti- 
more 
King & Bro., 162 W Baltimore 
Kroth Theodore, 20 Second 



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PRO 



JAS, LUCAS & SON, 



13 AND 15 S. CAI.VERT, 



STEAM JOB 



PRINTERS. 



Murphy & Co., 182 W Baltimore 

Polmyer Wm., S E c Gay and Bal- 
timore 

Robinson Henry A., 106 W Balti- 
more 

ROSE J. B. & CO., 5 S Calvert n 
Baltimore, BOOK AND JOB 
PRINTERS at CASH PRICES. 

Schneidereith C. W., 67 S Sharp 

Sherwood & Co., 6 N Gay 

Slater John Y., N W c Charles and 
Baltimore 

SUN (THE) PRINTING OFFICE, 
Baltimore c South. (See adver- 
tisement op Newspapers.) 

THE PRINTING JOB OFFICE, 
Sun Iron Building, Baltimore c 
South. (See advertisement op 
Newspapers.) 

Toy J. D., 2i St Paul c Baltimore 

WANDS, W. W., CARD AND JOB 
PRINTER, 166 W Baltimore, 
next door to Adams' Express Co. 
Printing of all kinds executed 
with neatness, dispatch, and at 
the lowest possible rates. 

Warner Wm. G., N E c Gay and 
Pratt 

Watts W. W., 2 S Calvert 

Woods John W., 202 W Baltimore 

Woody W. & Son, 158 W Baltimore 

Young James Sr., 114 W Baltimore 



Printers, Plate. 

ANDERSON JAMES M. & SON, 

148 W Baltimore 
Sandys Edwin, 62 i W Baltimore 

Produce Commission Mer- 
chants. 

{See also Groceks ; also Mer- 
chants, Commission.) 

ARMSTRONG & MILLER, (Sue- 
cessors to Armstrong & Reese,) 
PROVISION and PRODUCE 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
4 Commerce 

BAER & BRO., 143 N Howard, 
Produce, Provision and General 
Commission Merchants. Geo. H. 
Baer, C. W. Baer. 

BERRY J. THOS., 28 S Howard, 
Flour, Grain and General Pro- 
duce Commission Merchant 

BLACKBURN C. & BRO., Eutaw 
c Franklin 

BOND JAS. Jr., 6 Hollingsworth, 
Fruit and Produce Dealer, and 
Commission Merchant 

BOND THOMAS, N W c Calvert 
and Pratt, PRODUCE DEALER 
and COMMISSION MER- 
CHANT. All consignments 
promptly remitted for and person- 
ally attended to. 

Bond Wm., H Hollingsworth 

Boggs A. L. Jr., 141 N Howard 

Bosley James, 20.3 North 

BROWN & TOY, 

PRODUCE 

AND 

GENERAL COMMISSION 

MERCIIA.NTS, 
124 North. 



PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



175 



BUZBY DAVID T., 

6 Exchange place, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

For the sale of 

BUTTER, CHEESE, AND WEST- 
ERN PRODUCE. 

Agent for 

Kingsford's Oswego Starch, 

STICKNEY & POORS MUSTARD, 
OAKLEY'S SOAP. 

CAMERON C. C, 

50 S Howard n Pratt, 
GENERAL PRODUCE 

AND 

Commission Merchants. 

CAPRON & CO., 79 South, GEN- 
ERAL PRODUCE AND PRO- 
VISION COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. F. B. Capron, Ed- 
ward Snowden. 
Carson Joseph & Co., 43 and 45 

Light 
CHESNUT WM. & Co., N W c 

South and Pratt 
Clark & Bro., 378 W Baltimore 
Clautice Francis, 69 W Pratt 
Coleman & Co., S W c Paca and 
Franklin, Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Eggs, Butter, Lard, 
Tallow, Dried Fruit, Seeds, and 
Country produce generally. 
CORNELL & SON, 7^0 South 
CORNER WM. H., 54 South 



COX JOHN R. & POPE. S W c 
Howard and Favette, PRODUCE 
AND GENERAL COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, FLOUR, GRAIN, 
BUTTER, DRIED FRUITS, &c. 
Crosslev J. P-, 31 N Green 
DELCHER WM. J., Wholesale and 
Retail PRODUCE DEALER IN 
APPLES. POTATOES, ONIONS, 
DRIED FRUITS AND CRAN- 
BERRIES, and all kinds of 
COUNTRY PRODUCE, 154 W 
Pratt. 
Dippell George, 105 Franklin 
Dixon R. W. K., 116 Lijrht st whf 
DORSE Y WM. A., 68 South, Com- 
mission Merchant for the sale of 
Flour, Grain, Seeds, and Produce 
generally. 
DRAKELEY & FENTON, 387 W 

Baltimore 
Ebert 0. A. & Co., 10 Spear's whf ' 



EHRMAN GEO. M., 
FLOUR <&, PRODUCE 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

And Dealer in 

CORN MEAL, GRAIN, MILL 
FEED, BALED HAY, &c., 

N W c Howard and Pratt sts., 
BALTIMORE. 



ELDER SAMUEL & CO. (formerly 
Thos. Black cfe Co.), Flour, Pro- 
BucE AND General Commission 
Merchants, 32 N Howard 

ELLICOTT & HEWES, 67 Ex- 
change pi, COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS AND DEALERS IN 
BUTTER, CHEESE, &c. 

Evans Thos. H., 80 and 82 Light st 
whf 



176 



PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



FRICK E. A., 
PRODUCE AND GENERAL 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

165 North. 

Gardner E. N.. 149 N Howard 
GIESE J. HENRY. 21 Spear's whf, 
Commission Merchant. Flour, 
Grain, &e. 
Girvin J. M., 23 Spear's -whf 
GIST & WELLS, 126 and 128 S 
Eutaw op Baltimore and Ohio R. 
R. Dei^ot, Railroad track in front, 
GENERAL PRODUCE COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS. John 
Gist, John M. Wells. 
GOVER & GARDNER, 13 Com- 
merce n Exehan^re pi. FLOUR, 
GRAIN, AND PRODUCE DEA- 
LERS AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS FOR SALE OF PRO- 
DUCE GENERALLY. 
GRIFFITH R. R. Jr., 14 Com- 

111 G r C G 

GROVE FRANCIS & CO., 19 Com- 
merce 
HENGST S. & R., N E c Franklin 
and Paca, PRODUCE COxMMIS- 
SION MERCHANTS and dealers 
in GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 
Samuel Heng.st, Reuben Hengst 
Hewes John G., 366 and 368 W 

Pratt 
HINKSC.D <l-CO.,257W Lombard 
HOFFMAN H. K. & CO., 45 S 

Howard. (See advertisement.) 
Hopkins & Jannev, 124 S Eutaw 
HYATT C. C. & R. H. & CO., 147 

W Pratt 
Jones, Lewis & Co., 70 Light st whf 
KAHLER ADAM, 2 S Eutaw, Flour 
and Produce Commission Mer- 
chant, also dealer in Corn Meal, 
Grain, Mill Feed, Baled Hay, &c. 



Kauffelt & Buchanan, 130 North 
KILBURN URI, 45 South, Produce 
Commission Merchant and dealer 
in Butter, Cheese, &e. Butter 
packed for exportation. 
Kraft John W. & Co., 3 Cheapside 
Lester James M., 165 N Howard 



McCLERNAN JOHN, 

PRODUCE 

And 
Commission Jflerchanty 

201 North op Calvert Station. 

McDANIEL JAMES L., 27 Light c 

Water. (See advertisement.) 
McPherson John H. T., 79 South 
MATHEWS & FITZHUGH, 128 N 
Howard, Forwarding and Com- 
mission Merchants. Keferences: 
Jesse Slingluff, President of the 
Commercial & Farmers' Bank of 
Baltimore; Robert Y. Stokes, 
President of the Central Bank, 
Frederick, Md. 
Mathews & Leitch, 4 Spear's whf 
Mathiot & Co., 6 Bowly's whf 
MALTBYO.E. & CO. ,25 Cheapside, 
PRODUCE and GENERAL COM- 
MISSION MERCHANT. But- 
ter, Cheese, Dried Sugar 
Cured Hams, &c. 
Meixsel & Grafton 149 W Pratt 
Miller J. F. k Co., 83 South 
Norris William E. & Co., 114 S 

Eutaw 
NYCE B. BROOKE, 1 Guilford 
R E N D R F k B E A M, 325 W 

Baltimore c Howard 
Payne Wm. S., 63 W Pratt 
Pendleton Philip P., 171 and 173 N 

Howard 
Penrose E. G. k Co., 153 N How- 
ard 



PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHAXTS. 



177 



POUMAIRAT & McCULLY, 47 
and 49 Light, COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, for the sale 
OF PROVISIONS, FLOUR, 
GRAIN, AND OTHER WEST- 
ERN PRODUCE. 

QUINCY JOHN D., 61 S Gay, 
PRODUCE and COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT, for the 
SALE OF FLOUR, HAMS, and 
WESTERN PRODUCE. 
Cash advances made on Consign- 
ments. 

Randolph & Latimer, 66 South 

Reiman Henry & Sons, 24 N How- 
ard 

Roddy J. D. & Co., 21 Cheapside 

RUFF B. F., 120 North 

Sauerwein P. & Son, 101 N How- 
ard 

SHRIVER BROTHERS, PRO- 
D UCE COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, 376 W Baltimore 

SHURTZ W. D. & CO., 11 Com- 
merce 

SLAGLE C. W. & CO., 
PRODUCE 

AND GENERAL 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

118 and 133 North. 



Small George, 64 and 66 North 
SNIVELY ADAM, 5 Commerce, 
Commission Merchant and Whole- 
sale Dealer in Cheese, Butter, 
Lard, Fish, and Produce gene- 
rally. Butter packed for expor- 
tation. 
Stine J. R. & Co., 126 North 
STONEBRAKER k CO., 53 and 55 
S Howard, FLOUR, PRODUCE, 
AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. Liberal cash ad- 
vances MADE ON Consign- 
ments. 



Thomas & Moon, 5 S Eutaw 

TREGO, MORGAN & CO., 22 Com- 
merce 

TUDOR & TOWNSEND, 110 W 
Lombard, Produce and Commis- 
sion Merchants in Flour, Grain, 
Seeds, Lard, Butter, Cheese, 
Country Produce generally. 

Welsh J. B. & Son, 64 South 



WHITE FRANCIS, 
PRODECE AND GENERAL 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

163 North Street. 



White James & Co., 22 Commerce 

White J. R. cfe Co.. 90 Light st whf 

WHITEFORD JAMES, 7 Spear's 
whf 

WILKINS GEO. T., 55 Light, 
second door north of Pratt, 
Dealer in Flour, Grain, Mill 
Feed, Corn Meal, Beans, Peas, 
Clover and Timothy Seed, Bailed 
Hay and Straw. 

Winchester Isaac, 124 Light st whf 

Wilson James, 121 North 

Woods Wm. & Co., 110 W Lom- 
bard 



YOUNG GEORGE & CO. 



COMMISSION MEECHANTS, 



199 North Street. 



Zell P. & Sons, 147 and 149 N How- 
ard 



178 



PRO 



PRO 



*Produce, Foreign. 

{See also Fruits, Wholesale ; 
also, Produce Commission 
Merchants.) 
BLOCK AUGUSTUS, 96 W Lom- 
bard 
BLOCK EDW^D, 1 14 ^Y Lombard 
NOEDEL & WILHELMY, 379 W 

Baltimore 
NORDLINGER & CO., 102 W Lom- 
bard 
VOCKEF THEODORE, 132 W 
Lombard 

Produce Dealers. 

(See. also Grocers.) 

Bond Thomas, N AV c Calvert and 

Pratt 
Bond William, I5 Hollingsworth 
Burnes Catharine, 46 Hollins mkt 
CLAUTICE FRANCIS, 69 W 

Pratt, Wholesale and Retail 

Produce Dealer. Consignments 

promptly attended to. Shipping 

Orders carefully put up. 
Cook Catharine, 149 Centre mkt 
DOWNEY JOHN & SON, 133 

Franklin 
Effelk C, 139 Centre mkt 
Ehrmau. George M., N W c Howard 

and Pratt 
Fink & Bro., 112 N Eutaw 
Friteman Selina. Bell Air mkt 
Garnel George W., 158 W Pratt 
GOSNELL GEORGE W., 158 W 

Pratt n Light op Philadelphia 

steamboat whf 
Herron Catharine, Fell's Point mkt 
HIEATZMAN J. M., 43 Hollins 

mkt and Lexington mkt 
Hinds Elizabeth, Bell Air mkt 
Hoffman Ellen, 3 Centre mkt 
Ilgenfritz M S., 66 N Eutaw 
JEBB HENRY, 52 St Charles 
Lycock Mrs., Centre mkt 
McCune A., 40 Centre mkt 
Marr John G., 63 & 56 Hollins mkt 
Roberts W. H., 172 Forrest 



Ross James Centre mkt 

Shewbrooks William & Co., 174 
Light st whf 

Tracv , Centre mkt 

TRUETT OLIVER, S W c Pratt 
and South and N E c Pratt and 
Cheapside 

VONEIFF G. L., 444 W Baltimore, 
German and French Produce. 

Wallach Eliza, Bell Air mkt 

Warden S., N W c Pratt and Cheap- 
side 

Provision Dealers. 

Adams J. C, 28 Second 
Adams J. C. & Son. 40 Second 
ARMSTRONG & MILLER, 4 Com- 
merce 
Austin T. S., 61 W Lexington 
Ayers James H., Baltimore c Bond 
Balz Richart, N E c Fremont and 

Fayette 
Bankard-<S; Krebs, 52 N Caroline 
Barnes William, 498 N Gay 
Basley Eliza, Centre mkt 
Baverhoven Lewis, 87 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Beech William, Centre mkt 
Belts William E., 123 N Calvert 
Bennett L. H., 2 Hollins mkt 
Bersick M., S Poppleton c Lombard 
Billraan George, 1 S Poppleton 
Bishop Mr., Bell Air mkt 
Blacklars, Central av c Pratt 
Blaney Mrs S., Lexington mkt 
BUTLER & OAKFORD, PROVI- 
SION MERCHANTS and CU- 
RERS OF THE CELEBRATED 
"EAGLE" BRAND FAMILY 
HAMS, Bacon, Sides, Shoul- 
ders, Family Hams, Lard, 
Beef, Pork. Ac, 14 Water bet 
Calvert and South. 
Byer C, 9 S Poppleton 
CAPRON & CO., 79 South, GENE- 
RAL PRODUCE and PROVI- 
SION COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. F. B. Capron, Ed- 
ward Snowden. 



PROVISION DEALERS. 



179 



CASPARD GEORGE. DEALER IX 

PROVISIONS, 46 South. 
CASSARD G. & SON, 407 and 409 

W Baltimore, PORK PACKERS, 

HAM CURERS and dealers in 

PROVISIONS. 
CASSARD F. W., 61 South 
Clark Mrs R., Mulberry c Paca 
Clement A. D., 44 N Calvert 
Cole John E., 859 W Baltimore 
Cohen Isaac, 65 Fell's Point mkt 

CORNELL 4- SON, 

70 South, next door to the new I 
Corn and Flour Exchange, 



Camniissioit ^Icrtljunts 



and Wholesale dealers in 

Bwtfer, Clieese, Lard, Grain, 
i»eecls, Provisions &- Pro- 
duce of ail kinds. 

Wm. C. Cornell, Noah J. Cornell. 

Cost Mrs. A., 64 Fell's Point mkt 
Cost Mrs. B., 148 Centre mkt 
COULTER & CO., 53 and 55 Light, 
Commissson Merchants and Deal- 
ers in Bacon, Pork, Lard, But 
ter. Cheese, Fish, Salt, Provi- 
sions, and Western Produce gene- 
rally. 
Covert A. H., 117 Smith's whf 
Crawford George C, Bell Air mkt 
Doyer Ellen, 227, 229 Hanover mkt 
Dryden Edward, Hanover mkl; 
Eaves Casper, 104 Fell's Point mkt 
Eden Mark, Centre mkt 
Essig Fred'k, Lexington mkt 
Ferhimer Samuel, 242 Alice Anna 



DRAEELEY & FEFTON, 
387 W Baltimore, 

Corner of Paca, 

Commission Mercliants 

For the Sale of 

PROVISIONS 

AND 

PRODUCE. 



Frankeberg E. F., 86 Fell's Point 

mkt 
George & Jenkins, 43 South. 
Gill Noah. Bell Air mkt 
Godman Wm. H., 61 Penn. av 
Goforth G. W., Bell Air mkt 
Goodbread Geo., 41 Hollius mkt 
Gordon Mrs. C, Lexington mkt 
Gottlieb P., 106 Jeflersou 
Grape J., 119 Hillen 
Hack F. A., 376 W Baltimore 
Haines Mrs. C, Lexington mkt 
Hanson Wm. E., N W c Eager and 

Aisquith 
Hassieg Fred. ,30 and 32 HolHns mkt 
Harvey J. G. & Co., 75 Exchange pi 
Hessey F., 231 Centre mkt 
Hewell L., 13 Brown 
Hill Mrs., Fell's Point mkt 
HoflFman Charles, 377 W Baltimore 
Hoffman A. & Bro , Lexington mkt 
Hogg Edmund, Mulberry c Charles 
Homer C, Fell's Point mkt 
Hughes Robert, Centre mkt 
Isler George, Lexington mkt 
Ison Geo., 90 Fells Point mkt 
Keller A. J., 210 Madison av 
Kimberly Brothers, 51 W Pratt 
Kitterick Mrs., Bell Air mkt 
Legg John, Bond c Orleans 



180 



PRO 



PUM 



LOVE, MARTIN & CO., 5 Exchange 

McDANIEL JAMES L., 27 Light c 

Water. (See advertisement.) 
Mcfirini? J., Lexington mkt 
Mahlil Jacob, Lexington mkt 
MALTBY 0. E. & CO., 25 Cheapside 
Marshall L. W., Lexington mkt and 

Hollins mkt 
MEGEE C. T., S Caroline c Pratt 
Merrieidth Mrs. Harriet, 254 Light 
Myers, L., 58 N Poppleton 
Miller John, Lexington mkt , and 

97 Centre mkt 
Miller Sapphira, Fell's Point mkt 
NYCE B. BROOKE, 1 Guildford, 
Commission Merchant for the sale 
of Butter, Cheese, Eggs, &c. 

PEAESON & COLEMAN, 

106 W LOMBARD, 

Between Light and Charles, 

GENERAL 

MERCHANTS, 

Bacon, Lard, Pork, Butter, Cheese, 
Candles, Soap, &c., con- 
stantly on hand. 

Advances made on Consignments, 



POUMAIRAT &McCULLY, 47 and 
49 Lisrht 

Price M^rs. Sarah, 219 and 221 Han- 
over mkt 

Pinus E., 99 Centre mkt 

REYNOLD'S ISAAC SONS, PRO- 
VISION DEALERS, 12 Balder- 
ston i' 

Rieman Wm. J. & Co., 371 W Bal- 
timore 

Rieman & Sons, Fayette c Howard 

Rodgers Anna, Hanover mkt 

Ruckle Geo. W., N E c Gay and 
Monument 



Ruil Mrs. Anna, Lexington mkt 
Schelplake Miss C, Lexington n it^ 
Schmitt John, Franklin c Pine i 

Scroggin & Turner, Centre mkt x 
Servering John R., Fell's Point mi^i, 
Shaney Margaret, Centre mkt 
Shimever John, 71 Fell's Point mkt 
Slater James, 79 Gough 
Smith Margaret, Centre mkt 
SMITH & NICODEMUS, PROVI- 
SION MERCHANTS, 381 W T ■' 
timore. S. R. Smith, J. C. Nic 
demus. 
Snyder J. H., Lexington mkt 
Snyder John, 39 Fell's Point mkt 
Snyder Mrs. M., Lexington mkt 
Snyder Wm., Lexington mkt 
Spangler F., 158 Orleans 
Stevens H. H., Bell Air mkt 
Streobel Charles, 284 Montgomery 
SWEENEY & HARRIS, PROVl 
SION DEALERS and PACKER!^ 
FOR HOME AND FOREIGN 
MARKETS, 205 W Lexington 
bet Paca and Green. Hams, 
Bacon, Lard, Smoked Beef, 
Tongues, &g. P. Sweeney, G. 
W. Harris. 
Taylor E. J., 52 Centre 
VOSBURGH & CO., 72 South and 

8 Bowly's whf 
White A. D., Hanover mkt 
WIEST F. A., 903 W Baltimore 
Wieneke John G., 43 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Wust Henry, 61 Ross 
AVust John P., 114 Ross 

Publishers. 

{See Booksellers and Publish- 
ers.) 

Pump Makers. 

{See also Block and Pump 

Makers.) 

Aler & Sisselberger, 43 N Paca 

HUBBALL E., 6 and 8 N Liberty 

Sisselberger Andrew, 159 Penn. av 



NORTHERN 

1863. CENTRAL RAILWAY. 1864. 

THE 

SHORT ROUTE TO THE JfORTH, WEST, NORTHWEST 
AND SOUTHWEST, 

Equipments and facilities for the safe, speedy, and comfortable trans- 
portation of passengers unsurpassed by any route in the country. 

TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 

for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Kochester, Stracuse, Elmira, and 
all points in Northern, Central, and Western New York. Mail Train in 
the A. M. and Express Train in the P. M. make close connections at 
Harrisburg with the Pennsylvania Central Railroad for all points in the 
Great West. 

THROUGH TICKETS 

to Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, Columbus, Indianapolis, 
St. Louis, Dayton, Cincinnati, Cairo, Louisville, and all other prin- 
cipal points, and baggage checked through to destination. 

COMMUTATION TICKETS, 

good for thirty trips between any two points at about two cents per mile. 

SEASON TICKETS, 

good for three, six, nine, or twelve months, at very low rates, for the 
accommodation of persons living out of town, or located on or near the 
line of the road. 

By this route freights of all description can be forwarded to and from 
any point on the Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wiscon- 
sin, Iowa, and Missouri; also to Buffalo, Rochester, and all points in 
Central and Western New York. Merchants entrusting the transporta- 
tion of freights to this Company can rely on its speedy transit. 

For freight contracts or shipping directions apply to or address the 
Agents of the Company. 

WM. BROWN, Agent for Western Freight, 

80 North St., Baltimore, Md. 

J. M. DRILL, Agent for Northern Freight, 

Calvert Station, Baltimore. 

ED. S. YOUNG, 

General Freight and Passenger Agent. 



PHILADELPHIA, 
WILMINGTON, & BALTIMORE RAILROAD. 

THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN 

WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK. 

On and after Monday, April 27th, 1863, Passenger trains will leave as 
follows : — 

TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA. 

Leave Baltimore at 8.40 A. M. and 10.10 A. M. (Express), 1.10 P. M. 

(Express), 5.35 P. M., and 8 35 P. M. (Express). 
Wilmington at 6.45 A. M., 9.00, and 12.08 P. M., 1.57, 4.10, 6.00, 9.10, 

and 11.30 P. M. 
Salisbury at 2.15 P. M. 
Milford at 4.55 P. M. 
Dover at 6.30 A. M. and 6.10 P M. 
New Castle at 8.30 A. M. and 8.30 P. M. 
Chester at 7.40, 9.43 A. M., 12.46, 4.40, 6.46, and 9.58 P. M 
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and intermediate stations at 5.35 and 8.35 

P. M. 
Leave Baltimore for Dover and intermediate stations at 1.10 P. M. 

TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE. 

Leave Philadelphia at 4.00 A. M. (Express, Mondays excepted), 8.15 
A. M., 11.35 A. M. (Express), and 3 P. M. and 12.00 M., night. 

Chester at 8.15 A. M., 11.35 A. M., 1.15 P. M., 3, 4.30, and 11.00 P. M. 

Wilmington at 4.00 A. M. (Mondays excepted). 8.15 A. M., 11.35 A. M., 
1.15 P. M., 3, 4.30, and 11.00 P. M. 

New Castle at 8.15 A. M. and 4.30 P. M. 

Dover at 8.15 A. M. and 4.30 P. M. 

Milford at 8.15 A. M. 

Salisbury at 8.15 A. M. 

TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE. 

Leave Chester at 8.51 A. M., 12.08 and 3.36 P. M. 

Wilmington at 5.00, 9.30 A. M., 12.35 P. M., 4.10 P. M., and 1.00 P. M. 

Freight train, with Passenger Car attached, will run as follows: — 
Leave Philadelphia for Perryville and intermediate places at 6.30 P. M. 
Leave Wilmington for Perryville and intermediate places at 8.30 P. M. 
Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia and intermediate places at 4 P. M. 

SUNDAYS ONLY. 

4 A. M. and 12 M., from Philadelphia to Baltimore. 

11 A. M. and 12 M., from Philadelphia to Wilmington 

7 P. M. and 11.30 P. M., from Wilmington to Philadelphia. 

WILLIAM STEARNS, Superintendent. 



RES 



RES 



181 



Rag Dealers. 

{See Papkii Stock ; also 
Junk Dealers.) 

Rail Road, City. 
City Passenger R. R., Eutaw c Bal- 
timore. Henry Tyson, Pres.; 
Thos. S. Phillips, Treas. 

Rail Road Companies. 

Baltimore and Ohio R. R., Camden 
st, station bet Howard and Eutaw. 
Wm. P. Smith, Superintendent. 

NORTHERN CENTRAL R.R., sta- 
tion Calvert st. E. S, YOUNG. 
General Freight and Passen- 
ger Agent (See advertisement 
interleaved ) 

PHILADELPHIA, WILMING- 

i TON & BALTIMORE R. R., Pre- 
sident st. (See advertisement 
interleaved.) 

Refrigerators. 
Evans P., 494 W Pratt 

Reading Rooms. 

{See also Libraries.) 

Merchants' Exchange Reading 
Rooms, New Exchange bdgs adj 
Post Office, have on iile papers 
from all parts of the world. A 
record is kept of all the marine 
news of interest to Baltimore. 
Subscription $10 per annum. 

National Union, 131 W Baltimore. 
A. Aitkin, Sitpt. 

Regalia Manufacturers. 

{See Masonic Jewels ) 

Restaurants. 

(See also Dining Rooms; also Ta- 
verns; also Lager Beer Sa- 
loons ; also Hotels.) 
Ackerman Peter, 94^1 S Charles 
Ameys Joseph H., 1 N Green 
Anderson John, 23 Thames 
16 



Allen W. M., 8 Light 
Ballauf A., 71 Harrison 
Barker W. G., 3 Holidav 
BARTZ DANIEL, RESTAURANT 
AND DINING SALOON, 28 Light 
Bauernschmidt G. & Co., 281 W 

Pratt 
BEACON LIGHT, Henry J. Luck, 

Proprietor, 98 W Pratt 
Becker Conrad, 310 W Pratt 
Becker Henry, 102 N Gay 
Beckers Nicholas, President c East- 
ern avenue 
Berry E., 53 Thames 
Biebl Joseph M., 24 Centre mkt 

space 
Blake John, 1 North 
Blauch Jeremiah, 679 W Baltimore 
Boylan Geo.. 198 Hollins 
Brandt Henry, Forrest c Monument 
Brooks Christopher, 138 S Eutaw 
Brown Andrew, 169 S Broadway 
Brown J., 85 Thames 
Bubert John D., 100 S Charles 
Bucksti William, 26 Second 
Bulack Jacob, 65 W Pratt 
Bunch John, 36 President 
Burgandy John, 13 Dover 
Burris John, 7 Market space 
Byrne Hugh, 70 President 
Campbell Wm. II., 9 Frederick 
Canavan James, 162 N Calvert 
CARROLL P. II., 114 S Howard, 
Restaurant and Dealer in Wines, 
<fec. 
Cassiday P., 19 W Lombard 
Childs Mrs. M. N., 67 President 
Childes <fc Thompson, 17 E Pratt 
Clackner M. T., 11 McClellan's al 
Cloud Charles F., 415 W Baltimore 
Coakley A. J., 122 N Gay 
Coath John, 19 Fish market space 
Collins Mrs. Jas. E., 75 Thames 
Connelly J. C, 82 S Howard 
Connelly M., 121 S Howard 
Connolly Michael, Fulton c Fre- 
derick 
Connolly Mrs. Ann, 9 Fish market 
space 



182 



RESTAURANTS. 



CHARLES STREET 

GKKEN HOUSE, 

KEPT BY 

PETER ARNOLD, 

58 S. CHARLES STREET, 

BALTIMORE, Md. 

TRAVELLERS AND BOARDERS 

Will always find 

Good Meals and Refresh- 
ments, and the best Acco- 
modations. 

Connor John, 6 Cheapside 
Conway Patrick, 3 Market space 
Copperman J. E., 74 N Gay 

COTTAGE SALOON, 

HIGH STREET, bet BALTIMORE 
and FAYETTE. 

CHRIS. SHA-W, 

Proprietor. 

Creighton M., 39 Market space 
Crone Edward, 75 N Gay 
Crone Wm. C, 15 N High 
Daily Eugene, 1 Wine 
Daly James, 65 South 
l)awson J., 104 S Howard 
Ditfenbaugh John, 866 W Baltimore 
D.>berer John, 199 W Lexington 
DMDfihoo J. 'F., 42 W Fayett-e 
D^yle J. M., S E c Charles and 

L;i!nl)ard 
Eioh Henry, 89 N Gay 



ELLINGER'S JOHN F., "HERE 
IT IS'- RESTAURANT, S E c 
Lee and Light. OYSTERS and 
REFRESHMENTS served in ev- 
ery style at the shortest notice. 
WINES AND LIQUORS of all 
kinds and choice CIGARS con- 
stantly on hand. 
Ellinger William, 38 W Fayette 
EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, adj 
Post Office, entrance on Second 
and Lombard 
Fallon Peter, 216 W Lexington 
Fefi'el Joseph jr., Baltimore c Re- 
publican 
PICK WM. G., 57 Thames 
Files Joseph, 2 Hawk 
Fisher Charles T., 59 Spring 
Fitzgerald John, 67 Thames 
FITZPATRICK JOHN, Vauxhall 

Restaurant, 223 Light 
Fleming Wm., 38 Centre market 

space 
Flisehman John, 17 Dover 
Foltz G. & H. Ehlen, 5 Lovely la 
Frank C, 45 Brown 
Gabrio Henry, 29 N Green 
Garrett W. A., 245 S Broadway 
Geekie Charles W., 123 W Balti- 
more 
Germann Jacob K., 248 S Broad- 
way 
GILMOUR'S SALOON, 125 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement.) 
Greaf C, 95 Hanover 
Green Captain William, 156 Light 

st whf 
Green William P., 48 E Lombard 
Green T., 56 Thames 
Guhlinghorst J. G., 66 Light 
HaflFecke Charles, 5 South 
Hannibal Henry, 51 Harrison 
Hannon Barney, 29 Market space 
Harker J. V., 101 Greenmount av 
Harrington Joshua, 21 Ensor 
HEIKER GEORGE, 29 Brown 
Helmlings Harry, 62 W Fayette 



RESTAURANTS. 



183 



HEMPEL FREDERICK, 

NATIONAL HALL RESTAURANT, 

10 N Frederick. 

Herzog Thomas, 308 W Pratt 
Hesse Christian 2fi7 W Pratt 
HEWITT FRANKLIN W., 257 N 

Gay 
Hocet Andrews, W Pratt c Pop- 

pleton 
Hofana "William, Bond c Lancaster 
HoflFraan Michael, 152 Franklin 
HOFFMANN MRS. J., 55 Market 

space 
Holdefer Henry, 32 E Pratt 
Holliday Thomas, 136 E Lombard 
Homberor Henry. 59 N Gay 
Hooper Wm., 22 W Lombard 
Houseman A. C, 413 W Baltimore 

Houmhunsen , 211 Montgomery 

HUMPHREY HENRY,N E c Sharp 

and Camden 
Hunter Alexander, 63 Thames 
Hurra Albert J., N E c Gay and 

Central av 
Imhofe John, 40 Second 
Johnson Edward, Falls av c Eastern 

av 
Johnson Richard, 215 W Lexington 
Kaupp John, W Fayette 
Keach Cyril W., 26 German 
Keener J., 71 S Charles 
Keilbar Henry, 323 S Bond 
Kellv James, 7 Dover 
KELLY & SHAW, '-Rubv Saloon," 

2 South 
Kernan U., 19 E Baltimore 
Keyse George, Light c Baltimore 
Kid Joshua, 12SA Forrest 
KIERNEN B., " Shade's Restau- 
rant,"" 31 South 
Kinslev Barney, 181 W Lexinsrton 
KLMEFELTE JESSE, 37 W Fay- 
ette 
Kooke Herman, 273 S Bond 
Koors Wm., 36 W Fayette 
Kreutzer George, 69 N Gay 
Kunsman W. H.. 126 Light st whf 
Laib John, 208 W Lexington 



Lamott N., 41 Penn. av 
Langley Edward, 143 E Pratt 
Lapslev Mrs., 78 Thames 
Ledley Wm. M.. 150 W Fayette 
Lee Thomas, 31 W Fayette 
Lenz Alexander, 84 S Howard 
Leonard John, 33 Market space 
Link Harmon, Bond c Pratt 
LOTZ JACOB, 6 N Frederick 
Love Margaret, Fell's Point mkt 
Lowerv John, 105 Fell"* Point mkt 
LUDWIG JOHN, 47 W Fayette 
Lutts John F., 69 Market space 
Lutz Michael, 335 S Bond 
Lutzs Ellen, 13 Second 
Lvons John, Centre c St Paul 
Lvons T., 52 Thames 
^icAbee John T., 116 Franklin 
MeC;ibe James, 186 W Lexinri-ton 
McCLASKEY ALFRED, 3 Plow- 
man 
McCormick P., S W c Eutaw and 

Mulberry 
McDonald Donald, 47 N Paca 
McDONALD\S L., TRAVELLER'S 
HOME, 62 President. 1 door from 
Eastern av, n Philadelphia Depot. 
Is prepared to furnish persons 
with Meals and Lodging. Board 
ing by the Day or Week on rea- 
sonable Terms. 
MeDonell Jas., 54 S Howard 
McDowell Thomas, 154 N Gay 
McGurk James, 1 Bank la 
McMrth John, 59 Market space 
McMann M. L., 93 W Lombard 
McTange Peter, 10 W Water 
Mann C. H., 50 W Fayette 
Mann Fletcher John, Fayette c 

Harrison 
Mankin Henry, 65 Thames 
Mason & Kelly, 10 S Sharp 
Miles Charles, 5 Market sp.ice 
Miles Charles A., 66 W Favoite 
MINCE JOSEPH, 48 W Flivette 
Montahenke Henrv, 25 Livcht 
MONTGOMERY MRS. U. C, 157 
and 159 W Madison 



184 



RESTAURANTS. 



Moon Adam, N W c Gay and Broad- 
way 

Morri? William, 31 W Lombard 

Morten Marv. 5 L Paca 

MUHLS LEWIS B., 187 Lexing- 
ton 

MULLER FRANCIS, 33 W Fay- 
ette 

MULLET JOSHUA, 37 W Fay- 
ette 

Mullin John, 188 W Lexington 

Mullin T., 14 South 

Murphy H., 3 N Calvert 

Myers U. M., 258 S Broadway 

Mysall John, Light c Lombard 

Nevins John, 18 S Gay 

NEW YORK EATING HOUSE, 
Patrick Beere, Proprietor, 63 
President n Philadelphia Depot. 
Boarding by Day or Week. 

Nicholson Andrew, 6 N Green 

Oban Patrick, 211 Light 

ODay Mrs. B., 106 S Howard 

ONeal L., 107 W Lombard 

Ott Louis, 8 Centre mkt space 

OUR HOUSE, by Bertha Jones, 
Restaurant and Eating Saloon, 
47 Lombard c Marsh mkt space 

Owen George, 16 W Lombard 

PARKER J., 4 N Liberty 

Paul C. L., 124 S Howard 

PEIRSON J. T., N E c Holiday 
and Fayette. Best quality Wines 
and Liquors. Meals at all hours. 

Perry E. W., 9 Camden 

Peters P. F., 101 Thames 

Pierson Joseph T., S W c Holiday 
and Fayette 

PIQUETT JOHN T., 502 W Pratt 

PRESTON PATRICK, 72 N Cal- 
vert c Pleasant 

Purdy G. W., 136 and 138 N Cal- 
vert 

Raab Emile, 59 Chesnut 

Reilly P., 78 W Fayette 

Rielly Joseph, 11 South 

Rooney M. D., 29 W Pratt 

Rose Wm. H., 24 N Gay 

Rossdeusher John, 49 Columbia 



Rowlett Richard, 5 N High 

Russell Wm., 20 Mercer 

RUTHEFORD JOSEPH, Proprie- 
tor, 128 W Baltimore. (See ad- 
vertisement.) 

SCHAPPERLES F., S W c Gay 
and Harrison 

SCHAUB JOHN G., 259 S Broad- 
way 

Scheppach J. M., 171 W Pratt 

Schoelfield P., 218 N Gay 

SCHOFIELD & SALOM'S SOUTH 
STREET HOUSE, 58 South. 

The subscribers having taken this old 
and favorably known stand, are pre- 
pared to serve up the delicacie.s of the 
season to their friends. We have a 
few bottles left of those Old Wines 
(Sherry and Madeira) purchased at 
the sale of the eflfects of the late Solo- 
mon B. Davies, to which we call par- 
ticular attention, as they are guaran- 
teed genuine, and among the oldest 
Wines in the city. There is in con- 
nection with the House a SPLENDID 
BOWLING SALOON. 

SCHIERBAUM AUGUSTUS, 74 S 

Charles 
Schulten J. H., 99 Thames 
Seymour Wm. H., 118 N Gay 
Shaffer Joseph, S Green e Baltimore 
SHAMBURG JOHN, 43 S Liberty, 

RESTAURANT AND OYSTER 

SALOON. 
Shamburg Wm., 160 W Lombard 
Shamburg Wm. & Co., 29 S Liberty 
SheeThos. F., 19 Pleasant 
Sherman Chas., 21 E Monument 
Shuckman Conrad, 254 Montgomery 
Smith George, 74 S Eutaw 
Smith Mrs. Henry, 54 Thames 
Smith Thos. H., 355 S Bond " 
Snyder D., 41 German 
Spangler Wm., 22 W Lombard 
Spiegel Charles, 58 Centre mkt space 
STAG HALL, 59 Hanover n Pratt, 

JOHN J. PETER, Fropriefor. 
STEHL HENRY, 193 W Lexington 
Strasberger Charles, 33 N Gay 
Swearer Benj., 3 S Eden 
Swearer Charles, 1 Grand 



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SWOPE JOHN C, 15 Dover 
Tate Robert, Dover c Caimlen la 
Thompson F. J., 341 S Bond 
THOMPSON GEO. F., 11 Mkt space 
Tibbels Thomas, 183 W Lexington 
Torborg Mrs. Anna, Lexington c 

Park 
Towsend T., N E c Baltimore and 

Eden 
Uhlenburg George, 66 German 
VAUXHALL RESTAURANT, 
JOHN FITZPATRICK, Propri- 
etor, 223 Light 
Vine Mrs. Ann, 9 Neighbor 
Wallenwein George, 59 Thames 
Wallis A., 152 W^ayette 
"Walter John, 85 Harrison 
Ward Laurence, Plowman c Front 
Ward Owen, 16 Fish mkt space 
Waters Ferdinand, 203 W Lexing- 
ton 
Webb D. C, 89 Thames 
Weber Louis M., 20 Centre mkt 

space 
Weber Wm. G., 131 N Howard 
Weller Philip.v. 23 Centre 
Wickham John, 5 Dover 
Wilhelm Walliee, 14 Fish mkt space 
Windwart H., 127 W Fayette 
Young Rob., 218 S Front 
Zimmer Frederick, 211 W Lexington 
ZOUAVE HOUSE, late OLIVE'S 
HOTEL, John Olive, proprietor, 
94 S Charles, bet Camden and 
Pratt 



Roofing. 

"GEISS NICHOLAS, 112 S Howard 
(metallic) 

LINDALL & SHOREY, 2 W Pratt 
(metallic) 

Rothrock & Peacock, 10 Eutaw 
House (metallic) 

SHANAMAN JOHN, 30 and 32 N 
Eutaw (metallic) 

SMITH C- HART, agent for George 
S. Page & Brother, 111 Smith's 
whf (cement). (See advertise- 
ment.) 

16* 



Saddle and Harness Ma- 
kers. 

(See also Trunk Makers.) 

ARMSTRONG & CRAIG, 118 W 

Favette 
Beveridge John, 279 W Pratt 
Boyd J. H., 48 German 
Bregel Henrv, 48 Greenmount av 
BridingE. W., 183 W Pr^itt 
Cullmus Solomon, 123 N High 
Creamer Alexander, 317 Ai-^i^uith 
Daily Thomas, 41 South 
Diiv'Alfred G., 421 W Baltimore 
Edeler George, 350 W Piatt 
Eiirenraug F., 142 Forre.-t 
FARQUHARSON F. L., 17 S Cal- 
vert 
Gaither Greenbrav, 175 W Pratt 
Getz John, 176 N"Gay 
GILL LUTHER, 336 W Pratt 
Goepfert Christian, 251 S Bond 
HAMMOND JOHN D., SADDLE. 
HARNESS, TRUNK AND 
COLLAR MA NUFA C T I "- 
RER, Wholesale and Rktail, 
348 W Baltimore, 3 doors below 
the Eutaw House. 
Herman William 392 W Pratt 
Hoffman Joseph E., Fremont c Co- 
lumbia 
Hunt Samuel, 202 W Baltimore 
Jacobs John F., 31 Market space 
Jameson John W. & Co., 90 N How- 
ard 
Jenkins M. W. & Co., 10 South 
Jurgens J. C, 45 N Paca 
Klug Joaeph A., 426 Light 
Laporte Arnold, 576 W Baltimore 
Lereh Augustus, agent, 155 and 157 

W Pratt 
Lowenstein George, 301 Alice Anna 
Mackenzie Thomas and Sons, 222 

W Baltimore 
MERCER LUTHER 0., Manitfac- 
TURER OF SADDLES, HAR- 
NESS, TRUNKS AND COL- 
LARS, Wholesale and Re- 
tail, 334 W Baltimore. 



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LA TVS ON ROBERT, 
277 W Baltimore n Sharp, 

SADDLE, TRUNK, 

HAENESS AND COLLAR 
MANUFACTO R Y, 

Wholesale and Retail ; Also 

MILITARY W^ORK 

of every description. 

Miller Charles, 229 Alice Anna 

O^BRIEN JAMES (successor to 
Richard Lilly), 7 S Calvert, Sad- 
dle, Harness and Trunk maker. 

Piatt William, 9 Light 

Reister A. H., 131 Hillen 

Rice John, 59 Ross 

RICHARDS JOHN P. & CO., 55 
German 

Ruckle J. N., S E c Pratt and How- 
ard 

Sawl J. W., 265 W Baltimore 

SCHULTZ GEO. J., 55 N German 
n Eutaw, manufacturer of Har- 
ness, Saddles and Collars. Re- 
pairing promptly attended to. 

Sendelback J., 27 W Lombard 

Simson Isaac, 34 Harrison 

Sleinbach C, 344 W Pratt 

Stevens Joseph, 36 North 

Thumm J. F., 149 Franklin 

Toner John, 127 Franklin 

Wilkins B., 6 Light 

Winterling John, 414 Canton av 

Saddle Tree Maker. 

Oyster Jacob, 113 S Caroline 

Saddlery Hardw^are. 

C;nnpbell A., 13 Light 

JENKINS EDW. & SONS, 180 W 
Baltimore, Importers of, and 
Dealers in Saddlery and Coach 



Matkrtals. Austin Jenkins, 
Alfred Jenkins. 
Keenan, McNally & Co., 18 S 
Charles 

ALLEN PAINE, 

IMPORTER 

AND 

DEALER IN 

Saddlery, Hardware and 
Coach Trimmings. 

2 S. Liberty. 
Safes. 

L. H. MILLER, 

255 W. BALTIMORE, 

FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF 
SAFES, THE BEST IN USE. 

SPEAR BROTHERS, Agent for the 
sale of Fire Proof Safes, 41 S 
Charles. (See advertisement.) 

Sail Makers. 

ADKISSON WM. & CO., SAIL 
MAKERS, S W c Camden and 
Litrht st whf and 98 Light st whf 

BROWN J. C. SAIL MAKER, 107 
(FOOT OF) SOUTH 

Buck B. C, 85 Smith's whf 

Carter Wm. H., Ill Smith's whf. 

Clark Thomas & Son, 128 Dugan's 
whf 

Farland John F., 81 Smith's whf 



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HAMBLETON THOS. B. 6 Bow- 

ly's whf, SAIL, AWNING and 

TENT MAKER 
LAMDIN & WADDY, SAIL 

MAKERS. S W c FREDERICK 

and PRATT 
LOANE J. W., 2 Bowly's whf (next 

door to c of Pratt), PRACTICAL 

SAIL MAKER 
Milbourne, Adams & McGee, 4 Light 

st whf 
Miskiman Thos., 130 Dugan's whf 
Mitchell & McAllister, 92 Light st 

whf 
Shaw & Byrn, 123 McElderry's whf 
Tall W., 73 Smith's whf 
Travers J. H., 2 Spear's whf 
Tregoe Geo. W., 77 Smith's whf 
WAKE JOHN C, SAIL MAKER, 

103 McELDERRT'S WHARF, 

East Side of new Dock 

Sailing Packets. 

{See Packets.) 

Salt Dealer. 
GREACEN JOHN, Salt Dealer, 83 
Exchange 

Sand and Emery Paper. 

POPPLEIN G. & N. Jr., 50 North. 
(See advertisement.) 

Sash, Blind and Door 
Makers. 

{See also Carpenters and Build- 
ers.) 

Maughlin & Johnson, East I'alls av 

n Pratt st and 55 W Pratt 
Stevens Geo. 0. & Co., 47 W Pratt 

Saw Makers. 

{See also File Makers.) 

BROWN HENRY C. & CO., Uhler's 
al one door from Charles bet 
Lombard and Pratt. (See adver- 
tisement.) 

Toland Wm., 85 N Front 



Saw Mills. 

EHRMAN &BERSCH,210S 

Hanover. (See advertisement.) 
Ives Wm. H., 11 Frederick 
SHORT JOHN H., Uhler's al bet 

Charles and Hanover 
THOMAS JOSEPH & SON, Park 

c Clay 
Tyler G. K. & Co., office Pratt c 

Patterson, Tnills Boston st, Harris 

Creek, Canton 

Scale Makers. 

Fairbanks & Co., 246 W Baltimore 
Marden Jesse, S E c Charles and 

Balderston 
Murdock Richard, 46 S Charles 
SPEAR BROTHERS, agents for the 
sale of Platform and Counter 
Scales, 41 S Charles. (See adver- 
tisement.) 

Schools. 

{See Appendix for Public 

Schools.) 

Baltimore Female College, 53 St 

Paul 
Fosters Misses, 56 N Green 
Guinzburg Rev. Dr., Ill W Fayette 
Knapp Frederick, 19 S Gay 
Langs George A., N E c Lombard 

and Albemarle 
McDermot Jane (Ladies'), 13 S 

Broadway 
Morrison Horace, 144 W Fayette 
Newton Academy, Thos. Lester, 

Principal, 798 W Baltimore 
Parsons E. (Commercial), 14 N Paca 
Stevenson Mrs. M., 29 Pine 
Young Ladies' Collegiate Institute, 

Hamilton Terrace, 241 N Eutaw 

Scourers. 

{See also Dyers.) 
Cowan A., 111^ W Lexington 
Emorv John, 203 Biddle 
FISHER & BROTHER, FRENCH 
STEAM SCOURERS, Offices, 139 
W Fayette and 55 W Baltimore 



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Herman Mrs. J., 64 N Eutaw 
Keating John, 71 Richmond 
Keller J., 'J5 W Lexington 
Sehroede S. & Co., 277 E Baltimore 
STRASBURGER JOHN, 51 Harri- 
son 

Seamstresses. 

(See also Dress Makers.) 

Brown Mrs. Hester, 205 Biddle 
tSitler Miss Sarah, 87 N Green 

Second-Hand Stores. 

Bedgars August, 58 Penn. av 
Birch Charles, Enst c Front 
Bloxham John, 56 Harrison 
Blum Daniel, 76 Harrison 
Brhe Simon, 45 Penn. av 
Clark James, 224 W Lexington 
Cohens G., 6 and 8 Harrison 
Collins Wm. C, 39 Harrison 
Constam Aaron, 173 S Caroline 
Cooper "Wm., 14 Chesnut 
Derna Israel, 295 S Bond 
Dietrich Henry, 53 Harrison 
Dietrich Leonhardt, 74i Harrison 
Ehrlich Jacob, 245 N Gay 
Elias Joseph, 55 Penn. av 
Eltzers Louis, 27 Harrison 
Emerick Philip, 28 Harrison 
Goldsmith J., 38 Douglas 
Goodman Isaac, 62 Harrison 
Haas Xathan, 43 Harrison 
Hamburger Mrs. Matilda, 30 Har- 
rison 
Hamburger Moses, 10 Harrison 
Hammond Wm., 71 Harrison 
Hartogensis H. S., 36 Harrison 
Hecht Simon, 279 Canton av 
Hunt Ed^yard, Chesnut c Hillen 
Isaac John, 10 Bethel 
Feckgerson John, 101 N Schroeder 
Juhn Isaac, 42 Harrison 
Kann Julius, 61 Harrison 
Leon Saml., 32 Harrispn 
Mauer Henry, 95 Low 
Maun Richard, 11 Carlton 
Meara Mrs. Hannah, 55 Harrison 
Meeghan John,;l07 N High 



Morgan Mrs. Mary, 53 Forrest 
Neigal Henry, 26 Harrison 
Nickel Conrad, 23 Pine 
Oppenheim D., 22 Harrison 
Parr Henry. 293 N Gav 
Pfstrr Bartona, 291 S Bond 
Rosenberg Joseph, 22 President 
Rosenheim B., 34 Holland 
Rosenthal L., 34 Penn. av 
Simon Elias, 44 Harrison 
Slokett Simon, 33 Douglas 
Smith A.. 93 Harrison 
Solomon Isaac, 56 Mosher 
Stern Henry, 63 Ross 
Strasburger G., 36 Penn. av 
Weisler Mrs. Rebecca, 295 Alice 

Anna 
Weiss H. & Co., 53 Penn. av 
Wheatfield Miss S., 67 Penn. av 

Seedsmen. 

{See also Agricultural Imple- 
ments.) 
Ault Samuel & Son, Calvert c Water 
BRUSTER & GRIFFITH, 49 N 

Paca 
CROMWELL RICHARD, 46 and 48 

Light. (See advertisement.) 
Desvarreux James, 164 N Gay 
Feast John k Son, N E c Fayette 

and Calvert 
Feast Samuel & Sons, N E c Charles 

and Saratoga 
NORRIS THOMAS, 141 W Pratt . 
WHITELOCK W. k CO., 44 South 
WHITMAN E. k SONS, 22 and 24 

S Calvert 

Sewing Machines. 

GROVER k BAKER, SEWING 
MACHINE CO., 181 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved ) 

HOLTZMANN GEORGE, 287 W 
Pratt 

Lanpher A. M.. 4 E Baltimore 

McKENNEY J. F., 7 N Liberty. 
Sewing Macuine Repairing 
and Renting. 



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CoTTOx, Silk, Thread, Oil, &c., of the most superior quality always ou hand. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S 
SEWING MACHINES, 

AT REDUCED PRICES. 

With Glass Cloth Presser, Improved Loop-Check, New Style Hemmer, 
Binder, Corder, Braider, &c. 

Salesroom, 214 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Baltimore. 

W. MERRELL, Agent. 



No. 20 McCLELLAN ALLEY, near Sharp St., 

Between Baltimore and Fayette Sts., BALTIMORE, MD., 




MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OP 



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Shanks Thomas, 36 N Green 

SINGER MANUFACTURING CO , 
159 W Baltimore. (See advertise- 
ment interleaved.) 

Walmsley Brothers, 205 W Balti- 
more 

WHEELER & WILSON'S, W. 
Merrell, agent, 214 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

Sewing Machine Stitching. 

(tROVER & BAKER SEWING 
MACHINE CO., ^81 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

Sewing Silks. 

DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
hack cover. ^ 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING 
* MACHINE CO., 181 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inter- 
leaved.) 

Ship Builders and Ship- 
wrights. 
Fardy John T. & Bro., 33 Hughes 

and south side of Basin 
Robb John, 285 Washington 
Uniack John J., Hughes c Coving- 
ton 

*Ship Cabooses. 
SmuU David B., 82 W Pratt 

Ship Chandlers. 

APPLEGARTH J. A. & CO., 109 
Smith's whf 

Coleman & Bailey, 105 and 107 
Thames 

Deetjen T., 74 and 76 Thames 

DURAND JOHN H., 132 W Pratt, 
head of Bowly's vrhf ; Factory, 
c John and Eden ; Manufactu- 
rer and Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealer in PATENT 
Cordage, Oars, Oakum, Blocks, 
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HOOPER GEO. W., c South and 
Pratt, SHIP CHANDLER Sr 
GROCER. IMPORTER OF 
CHAIN CA BLES, AN- 
CHORS, WINDLASSES, 
BOLT ROPE, HEMP, PA- 
TENT CORDAGE, BUNT- 
ING, SPIKES, PAINTS, 
OILS, OAKUM, BLOCKS, 
SAIL DUCK, TWINE, Sr^. 

Jackson Charles M. & Co., c Smith's 
■whf and Pratt 

Jones Levin, 166 and 168 Light st 
whf 



JONES & WILEY, 
SHIP CHANDLERS 

and 

DEALERS m MANILLA CnRDAGE, 

166 Light Street Wharf. 
James Jones. Alex. Wiley. 

MITCHELL M. A., 2 Spear's whf 
MORTON A. B. & SONS, 103 
Smith's whf, GROCERS and 
SHIP CHANDLERS. Con- 
stantly on hand a full assortment 
of Manilla and Hemp Cordage, 
Paints, Oils, and Cabin Stores. 
RAMSAY JAS. G., 13 Thames, F 
P, SHIP CHANDLER, GRO. 
CER, cV CORDAGE MANU- 
FACTURER, keeps constantly 
on hand a general assortment of 
Ship and Cabin Stores and 
Ship Chandlery. 
Torney Otto, 103 McElderry's whf 
Waite R. C, Hughes c Covington 



Ship Joiners. 

Cruckshank Charles, Mill 

Bowly 
KING J., 115 Snlith's whf 
Mills John E., ft Henry 



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MORRIS CHARLES T., 
STEAMBOAT 

AND 

SHIP JOINER, 

138 Thames Street. 

Wagner Loui?, Thames c Wolf 
Worthen W. D., York c Johnson 
Young Jo?hiia A., ft Mill 

*Sliip Plumber. 

BOOS HENRY, 

SHIP PLUMBER, 

109 Thames. 

Shipsmiths. 

Belbin Wm., 97 Mill 

German & Lyle, 145 McElderry's 

whf 
Laws on Henry S:, 2 Fell 
YE WELL JOHN, 188 Light st whf, 

Ship and Machine Smith. Orders 

promptly attended to. 

Shipping Offices. 

Fry G., 10,3 Thames 

Kirby, Hooper & Price, 61 Thames 

Peed John W. & Co. , Pratt c Smith's 

dock 

Shot. 
Merchants' Shot Tower, Wm. P. 

Loman, Pres't ; Richard Kemp, 

Sec'y ; Fayette c Front. 

Shovel and Spade Manu- 
facturers, 

(«See Agricultural Implements.) 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

(See also Gents' Furnishing 
Goods.) 
Adams T. W., 146 and 171 W Bal- 
timore 



Belton T. W., 259 W Baltimore 
Betton Thomas, 8 E Baltimore 
Betz Mrs. S., 248 Canton av 
Blimline H., 2 N Liberty 
Dawkins & Co., 155 W Baltimore 
Donohue E,., 240 W Baltimore 
Freidenrich Leon, 302 W Baltimore 

LEWIS LAUER & CO., 
283 W BALTIMORE, 

MANUFACTCREES OF 

Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, Draw- 
ers, Overalls, &c. 

Importers and Jobbers of Gents' 
Furnishing Goods. 



Maeee Wm. P., 60 N Eutaw 
Towles Wm. P. & Bro., 145 W Bal- 
timore 
WINCHESTER & CO., 157 W Bal- 
timore. (See advertisement.) 

Sho^w Cards. 

Finegan J., 82 W. Baltimore 

Sho"v^r Case Makers. 

RAU C. F. & CO., 20 MeCIellan's 
al. (See advertisement.) 

SAUER FRANCIS, 98 W Balti- 
more and 29 Holiday, Manufac- 
turer of Show Cases, in Silver- 
Plated Metal and Wooden Frames; 
also Military and Band Drums, 
with all the latest improvements, 
cheaper than any other manufac- 
turer. 

Silk and Fancy Dry Goods, 
Importers and Jobbers. 

{See also Dry Goods; also Fancy 
Goods.) 

BREHME 0. & CO., 12 Hanover 



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Silver Platers. 

BURGESS JOHN, c Fayette and 

Sharp 
Churchill L., 19 Mercer 
FEICHMAN S., 80 N Eutaw 
GRESHOFF F. A., 2 S Charles, 

Gold and silversmith, Electro 

Plater, and Fire Gilder. 
Hawkins F. A., 24 S Liberty 
Holmes Wm., Bank la 
LANGE R., 91 W Lexington 
Sturm Albert, 54 Camden 
WAGNER AUGUST, 30 Harrison. 

(See advertisement interleaved op 

Brass.) 

Silversmiths. 

(See also Jewellers.) 

Kirk Samuel & Sons, 172 W Balti- 
more 
Thompson Richard, 143 W Fayette 
WARNER A. E., 10 N Gay 

Skirts, Hoop. 

BAMBERGER E., 247 W Balti- 
more 

BONNEY E., 147 W Baltimore, 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, RIB- 
BONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY, 
FANCY & MILLINERY GOODS. 

DIETZ L D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

JORDAN & ROSE, 1 N Howard 

Lederer Sam'l, 83 N Gay 

Meierhof M., 37 N Howard 

OBERNDORF & LAUER, 243 W 
Baltimore 

Pohl A., 129 W Lexington 

Smoot Miss Kate A., 466 W Balti- 
more 

White M. A., 85 N Howard 

Slate Dealers. 

Schmick Philip, 32 W Falls av 
Schmick Ph., 21 Watson 
Stevens George 0., 47 W Pratt 



Slave Dealers. 
Campbell B. M. & W. L., 282 W 
Pratt 

SnuflF Mills. 
STARR ROBERT, 25 S Calvert, 
Snuff Manufacturer — R a p p e e, 
Scotch, Mac ABAu,CoxGRESs,&c. 
Soap and Candle Makers. 
Armstrong James & Co., 31 Concord 
FARINGER CHARLES, 14 Con- 
stitution and 5 Liberty al ; MA- 
NUFACTURER OF SOAP AND 
CANDLES. Has always on hand 
and for sale, CANDLES ; Brown, 
Yellow, White and Fancy SoAPS. 
HUGHES JAMES, 57 and 59 Arch 
Kimberly Harry, 27 and 29 Buren 
McAdam Edward, 30 Buren 

SMITH & CUHLETT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Adamantine and Tallow 
CANDLES, 

CORNER OF 

HOLIDAY AND PLEASANT. 

Webb Charles & James, Ensor cor 
Chew 

Soap Stone Manufacturers. 

MARYLAND SOAPSTONE 
COMPANY, Albert W. 
Berry, Treasurer, 420 and 422 
W Pratt, are prepared to furnish, 
for any part of the United States 
or Europe, their superior Stone, 
in Blocks, Slabs, Register 
Stove Funnel Blocks ; Lin- 
ings for Stoves, Furnaces, Cook- 
ing Ranges, Ovens, Grates, and 
Fire-places ; also, Wood and Coal, 
Franklin and Air-tight Stoves 
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Spectacle Makers. 

(See Opticians.) 

Spice Mills. 

((Scfi Coffee Roasters and Spicb 

Factors.) 

*Spice and Mustard Mills. 

MARKELL CHARLES, 

PROPRIETOR OF PACA MILLS, 
Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Whole and Ground Spices 
and Mustard. 

agent for 

Preston's Chocolates ; Burdict & 
Bartlett's Oil Paste Blacking ; 
Essence of CoflFee ; Yeast Powders; 
Indigo, &c. 

Warehouse, S E c Calvert and Lom- 
bard, Baltimore. 

Spool Cotton. 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

*Stables, Drove, Sale, and 
Exchange. 

McGEE JOSEPH & BRO., Paca c 
German. (See advertisement in- 
side front cover.) 

Stage Lines. 

Emmittsburg, passing thro' West- 
minster. Leaves N E c Saratoga 
and Howard, at 7 a. m., except 
Sunday 

Govanstown & Townstown. Leaves 
cor Holiday and Fayette, for 
Townstown, at8 A. m. and 4^ p.m., 
and Sun Office c South and Balti- 
more, for Govanstown and Towns- 
town, at 10 A. M. and 4 p. m. 

Reisterstown. Leaves cor Howard 
and Saratoga daily (except Sun- 
day), at 3 p. M. 



Standeford's Line to Kellville. — 
Leaves Rising Sun Hotel, 74 N 
High, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday, at 8 A. m. 

Stair Builders. 
(See Carpenters and Builders.) 

Stationers. 

Bonsai Louis, Baltimore c Fre- 
derick 
Bradford & Briggs, 62 W Baltimore 
Caspari A. R., 129 N Howard 
Chickering E. C, 226 W Pratt 
Doyl A. J., 11 Pennsylvania av 
Button T. W., 162i E Baltimore 
Harrison W. E. C, 86 Hanover 
Hebden, Mrs. Sarah, 151 S Broad- 
way 
HENNIGHAUSEN L. & G., 28^ W 

Pratt 
Kurty T. Newton, 151 W Pratt 
Mason George, 74 W Baltimore 
Minifie Wm., 114 W Baltimore 
Neilson, Mrs. Mary A., 44 Thames 
Ramesey J. A., 115 S Broadway 
Rose H., 16 N Howard 
Selby & McCauley, 32 W Baltimore 
Taylor Henry, 111 W Baltimore 
Turner Samuel C, 3 S Charles. 

(Wholesale.) 
Walsh Catharine, 191 S Broadway 
WEISHAMPEL J. F., Jr., 8Eutaw 
House c Baltimore and Eutaw ; 
also. 484 Baltimore n Pine 
WHITNEY, CUSHING & CO., 6 N 

Howard 
Williams John, 22 Water 



Mattare J. 



Statuary. 

26 N Gay 



Steamboat Companies. 

Baltimore & Philadelphia (via 
Canal) Steamboat Co., Leaves 
Light st whf, daily (Sunday ex- 
cepted) at 3 p. m. 



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Baltimore & Susquehanna Steam Co. 
Steamers leave daily at 5 for 
Havre cle Grace, Port Deposit, and 
Tide Water Canal. J. J. Taylor, 
Agent, lower end W Falls av 

Chester River, steamers Chester and 
Arrow leave every day (Sunday 
excepted) from Light st whf, at 7 
a. m., stopping at all public land- 
ings. H. B. Slaughter, Proprie- 
tor, Capt. John Sheet, Agent 

Fortress Monroe. The Baltimore 
Steam Packet Co.'s steamboats 
leave ft of Concord daily (Sunday 
excepted) at 4.V p. m. M. N. 
Falls, General Agent. 

Groves A. Jr., Agent, 34 S Wharf 

Individual Enterprise, Eastern and 
Western Shore Steamers Kent and 
Champion, Samuel J. Plenty, 
President, Eastern and Western 
Wharves and 98 Light st whf 

New York & Baltimore (via Canal) 
Transportation Line, Steamer 
leaves Light st whf daily (Sunday 
excepted), J. Alexander Shaver, 
Agent, 3 Light st whf 

Powhattan, for City Point and 
Richmond,Tuesday, Thursday and 
Saturday at 3 p. m., J. Brandt, 
Jr., Pres.^ 5 Light st whf 

Steam Engine Builders. 

HAZLEHURST & CO., VULCAN 
WORKS, William c Hughes, Bal- 
timore, BUILDERS OF IRON 
HULLS AND MARINE EN- 
GINES, STATIONARY EN- 
GINES, STEAM FIRE EN- 
GINES, IRON BRIDGES, RAIL- 
WAY MACHINERY. SUGAR 
MILLS, SAW MILLS, ROLL- 
ING MILLS, FLOUR MILLS, 
AND ALL OTHER DESCRIP- 
TION OF HEAVY MACHINE- 
RY. AMPLE WHARF ACCOM- 
MODATION, WITH A POWER- 
FUL CRANE, AFFORD GREAT 
FACILITIES FOR THE RE- 
IT 



PAIRS OF STEAMERS- 
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, 
AND ESTIMATES PREPARED 
AND FURNISHED. 
REEDER CHAS., Hughes c Henry 

Steamboat Ferry. 

Locust Point Steam Ferry Co., ft 
Broadway 

Steam Gauge Manufactu- 
rers. 

BASSHOR THOS. C. & CO., 26 

Light. (See advertisement op 

Brass Founders.) 
MeSHANE HENRY & CO., 157 

North. (See advertisement op 

Brass Founders.) 

Steam Heaters. 

{Seea/so Furnaces, Hot Air.) 

Hayward, Bartlett & Co., 24 Ligh* 
McAvoy H. L., 13 Light 

Steam Pumps. 

{See also Block and Pump Makers; 
also Pump Makers.) 

BASSHOR THOMAS C. & CO., 26 
Light. (See advertisement.) 

Steamship Companies. 

LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK & 
PHILADELPHIA STEAMSHIP 
CO., JOHN Q. A. HERRING, 
Agent, 293 Baltimore c Sharp 

STEAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN, 
JNO. Q. A. HERRING, Agent, 
293 Baltimore c Sharp 

Steel Manufacturers.. 
KEITH M. Jr. & SON, 23 S Charles. 
Agents for Naylor & Co. (See 
advertisement.) 

Stencil Cutters. 

Cesati A., 116 W Lombard 
Conner R. R., 174 W Pratt 
Esati A. C, 115i W Lombard 



194 



STO 



STO 



GREEN GEO. T., 51 South, is pre- 
pared to cut COPPER STEN- 
CILS in a superior style, on mo- 
derate terms. 

Stereotypers. 

{See Electrotypers.) 

Stevedores. 

Dickerson Geo. & Son, Buchanan's 
whf 

Stone Yards, 

{See also Marble Dealers and 
Workers.) 

Gault&Bro.,432 W Pratt 
Oliver & Fleming, 10 President 
Packie Alex., Davis c Monument 
Silverwood & Sheckells, 372 W 

Pratt 
Stechele Peter, 94 Central av 
Wright A., W Pratt c Penn 

Storage. 

Baylies James L., 22 Spear's whf 
Middleton Richard, 119 Smith's whf 
Willis H. N., O'Donnell's whf 

Stove Manufacturers. 

{See also Stoves and Ranges.) 

Bibb &Co., 39 Light 
Bryan C, 53 S Calvert 
Collins, Heath & Co.. 22 Light 
Hayward, Bartlett& Co., 24 Light 
Lohmuller Henry, 237 Alice Anna 
Norris Thomas, 49 S Calvert 
Parker Albert, 227 Alice Anna 
SEXTON S. B. & CO., Ill W Lom- 
bard 
Stewart Joseph W., 369 W Balti- 
more 
Swan Wm. H., S E c Light and 

Lombard 
Weatherby J. & Sons, 40 and 42 

Light 
WOLF EDMUND (Successor to 
Wolf, Stanley & Co.), NA- 



TIONAL STOVE WORKS, 
WHOLESALE STOVE MANU- 
FACTURER, N E c Light and 
Lombard 

Stoves and Ranges. 

{See also Furnaces, Hot Air; 
also Tin AND Sheet Iron Work- 
ers.) 

Baurn Philip, 66 S Sharp 
Bechtel John W., 93 N Eutaw 
Chasterfield Robert, 604 N Gay 
Collins, Heath & Co., 22 Light 
FEICHTMAN S., 80 N Eutaw 
Fisher Charles, 92 N Gay 
Fisher F. M., 14 W Lombard 
GEIGER E. L. H., 88 N Howard 
GLUCK WM., 79 and 81 N Gay 
Harig J. & B. L., Hanover c Hill 
Helm John F., 52 S Calvert 
Herrlich Charles, 17 and 19 Second 
Hoffman Benjamin, 237 S Charles 
Hutchinson Brothers, 14 Light 
Kann Jacob, 104 N Gay 
Koch Jacob, 241 Hanover 
Masenberg Geo., 28 S Poppleton 
Meyer G. & Co., 505 W Baltimore 
Oldershaw J. B., 217 W Pratt 
Lawton Jervis, 752 W Baltimore 
Letmate F., 46 Penn. av 
Richards J. H., 442 W Baltimore 
Rosenthall M., 30 and 32 Penn. av 
SEXTON S. B. & CO., Ill W 
Lombard, Manufacturers op 
STOVES, PATENT PARLOR 
HEATERS, Patent Iron Bed- 
steads, Furnaces, Cooking 
Ranges, Parlor Grates, &c. 
Schaffer Allen G., 114 N Gay 
SINDALL & SHOREY, 2 W Pratt 
Thaler Lawrence, 371 N Gay 
WARD EDW. J., 218 W Pratt, 

dwelling 382 W Fayette 
WEATHERBY J. & SONS, 40 and 
42 Light, Hot air Furnaces and 
Stove Dealers 
WoUrah George, Pratt c Fremont 



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Straw Goods. 

(Marked thus * "Wholesale ; 
See also Milliners.) 
Carroll Thos. G., 101 W Baltimore 
Frve J., 19 S Charles 
*Griffin R. B. & Sons, 17 S Charles 
*GRINNELL & JENKINS, 275 W 

Baltimore 
RASIN I. F., 39 N Charles 
Rin^rose M. M., 29 N Howard 
TIRALLA J. F., 105 W Baltimore 

Sugar Refiners. 
BALTIMORE STEAM SUGAR RE- 
FINERY, DOUGHERY, WOODS 

6 CO., Lombard and Concord sts 
and Jones' Falls. 
C.M.Dougherty. H.Woods, jr. 

John L. Weeks. 
Maryland Co., F. W. Brunei Sons, 
Agents, O'Donnell's whf 

Surgical Instruments. 

{See also Dental Instruments.) 
ARNOLD FRANCIS, 15 S Sharp 
Daily W. F., 11 Light 
Hesse John, 2.33 S Charles 
REINHARDT CHARLES C. (late 
firm of Chas. C. Reinhardt & Co.), 

7 N Gay n Baltimore, Cutler and 
Surgical Instrument Manufactu- 
rer. Keeps constantly on hand, 
a large assortment of Surgical and 
Dental Instruments, at the lowest 
Cash Prices. Also, Patentee and 
Manufacturer of the latest and 
most approved Glass Pad Truss, 
Double and Single, patented Oc- 
tober 7th, 1856. — Also, Patents 
received from England & France. 

Reinhardt H. D., 206 W Pratt 

Surveyors. 

Bouldin A., 9 North 
Bouldin 0. & R. J., 9 North (City) 
Dawson Wm., 61 W Fayette 
Lumley D. T., 63 Second 
MARTENET S. J., 6 South 



Office Surveyor of Baltimore Coun- 
ty, Wm. H. Shipley, Deputy, 48 
Lexington 

SHIPLEY WM. H., DEPUTY 
SURVEYOR OF BALTIMORE 
COUNTY, 48 Lexington. 

TEMPLEMAN R. W., 48 Lexington 

TEMPLEMAN R. W. & WM. H. 
SHIPLEY, 48 Lexington 

Surveyors, Marine. 

Binney Joshua, S W c Gay & Lom* 

bard 
Clackner Joseph, do do 

Cole Joseph B. do do 

Suspender Maker. 

Klotz Adam F., 251 W Pratt 

*Sutler's Supplies. 
MERCHANT J. & SON, 174 W 
Pratt. (See advertisement.) 

Syrups. 
SMITH HENRY R., 7 Mercer st, 
Baltimore, Refiner of Syrups, Ho- 
ney, and Manufacturer of Essence 
of Jamaica Ginger, Peppermint, 
American Pain Killer, &c., for 
Sutler's trade. 

Tailors. 

{See also Clothiers.) 
Alexander James, 9', N Eutaw 
Bacheiner Henry, 376 S Charles 
Bauer C, 15 Ensor 
Bauer G. L., 259 N Gay 
Bayer A., 36 E Baltimore 
Bayer George, 447 W Baltimore 
Beamshle Fred'k H., 284 S Charles 
Bea«champ R. S., 189 W Pratt 
Bernheimer S., 704 W Baltimore 
Bonhagen Henry, 44 E Pratt 
Bomtsch E., 245 S Charles 
BOPP L., 154 Light st whf 
BOYD WILLIAM, 3 N Charles 
Bichy Herman, 13 N Liberty 
Browne Thomas, 213 E Baltimore 
Buchheimer P., 2 E Pratt 



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TAILORS. 



Bunting & "Ridgely, 3 North 
Burgess Wm. & Son. 5 S Sharp 
BUSCIIMAN & ELLERMEYER, 
MERCHANT TAILORS, 9 N 
Liberty 
Buschmann C. A., 220 W Lexington 
Buschmann H., 135 W Lexington 
Christopher Wm., 502 W Baltimore 
Cohen M., 221 Light 
Collison Wm., 7 S Sharp 
Cox Wm. H., 606 W Baltimore 
Cronaw Edward, 12-3 S Broadway 
DEPKIN HENRY, 89 W Lombard, 
FASHIONABLE TAILOR. 
"The Fashions, received 
Monthly." 
Distler Conrad, 146 Central av 
Domling George, 48 S Wolf 
Doulongr Conrad, 309 S Bond 
Driscol R. J., 58 S Howard 
Eickenbaugh Henry, 26 Ensor 
Engelmyer Sol. L., 66 Park 
Fedon F., 107 N Calvert 
FELGNER F. W., 14 St Paul 
Fetter Martin, 61 Gough 
Fisher Alexander, 74 Harrison 
FONTAINE J. L., 215 W Pratt 
Ford Joseph Y., 15 S Gay 
Ford Wm. H., 31 N Howard 
Frederick Chn., 13 N Gay 
Frederick Fred., 13 Holiday 
Fries F. L., 1 St Paul 
Fuhr M., ]27 W Lombard 
Goodman Henry, 66 Market space 
Granger J,, Bank la 
Greeabaum Isaac, 216 S Broadway 
Green Wm. F., 222 W Pratt 
GRIFFITHS J. A. & J. B., 2 Light, 
Merchant Tailors. Always on 
hand a full assortment of Cloths, 
Cassimeres, and Vestings. 
Grote John, 89 N Front 
Grothaus George F., 11 W Balti- 
more 
GROTHOUS C, 14 W Pratt 
Hahn F., 123 Lombard 
Hain Christian, 179 W Pratt 
Hamburger Philip, 212 S Broad- 
way 



Hamburger & Brc, 203 S Broad- 

way 
Hammer C, 65 S Eutaw 
Harig Henry, 288 S Ann 
Harzinger Jacob, 185 Broadway 
Harris Joseph, 52 N Howard 
Hartman Isaac, 4 S Gay 
Hartman J. P., 197 W Baltimore ' 
Helsby Samuel, Liberty c German 
HENKELMAN & HINDS, 129 W 

Baltimore op American Office. 
Hexter George, 182 Broadway 
HEYN MARTIN, 16 North - 
Hilberg Frederick, 24 Second 
Hilberg F. L. & Co., 8 South 
Hirsh B. D., 106 W Pratt 
Hodge Wm., 243 S Charles 
Hopkins & Eichman, 230 W Balti- 

more 
Hoxley John, 55 N Gay 
Jacobs John, 29 Harrison 
Johnson James, 44^ E Baltimore 
JOHNSON ROBERT, 357 W Balti- 
more 
Jones James, 28 South 
Jordan Ed., 157 S Broadway 
Jordan Ed. & Co., 153 Broadway 
Justus Adam, 47 Bank 
Kahnn Joseph, 120 S Dallas 
Kathan John, 32 German 
KaufFman Warner, 109 S Broadway 
Keihn S. J., 226 W Lexington 
Kelly T. & Son, 3 N Liberty 
Keyworth C. B., 276 W Baltimore 
King Samuel, 670 W Baltimore 
Kirsch Frederick, 372 N Gay 
KLOMAN LOUIS, Jr., 9 S Gay, 
French Tailor. On hand a good 
assortment of French stuflFs for 
Gentlemen after the newest style, 
which I will dispose of on the 
most reasonable terms. All or- 
ders thankfully received and 
promptlv executed. 
KNEEN THOMAS, 291 W Pratt 
Koeler C. F., 108 Light st whf 
Koestner T., 57 Forrest 
Kontner Henry, 590 W Baltimore 
Kornmann John, 430 W Baltimore 



TAILORS. 



197 



KRONHEIMER M., 61 S Howard, 
bet Pratt and Camden, Merchant 
Tailor and Clothing Establish- 
ment. A superior assortment of 
Ready Made Clothing always on 
hand. 
Kues Charles, 260 Canton av 
Kunkel Michael, 31 S Wolf 
Larsson S., 1.37 "W Lombard 
Lautenberger Wm., 21 S Liberty 
Leonard Patrick, 268 S Charles 
Lewis R., 15.3 W Lombard 
Lindeborn Henry, 46 Henrietta 
LINTHICUM & CO., 6 N Calvert 
LONG & TANNEBAUM, 162 & 164 

Light st whf 
Lowekamp John H., 64 Park 
LOWENBERG HENRY, 19 Light 
Ludwig J. A., 109 N Paca 
Mccormick THOMAS,* Milita- 
ry Tailor, Baltimore c Calvert, 
Military Goods of all descriptions 
furnished. 

Mcdowell francis 236 w 

Pratt 
McKuin Ed., 510 W Pratt 
MePherson Duncan, Charleg^'c Bar- 
net 
Manaca Joseph R., 227 W Lexing- 
ton 
Mathers Irvin, 224 W Baltimore 
MAYER FREDERICK, 63 Hano- 
ver, Merchant Tailor and Gentle- 
men's Furnishing Store. 
Mecke Adam. 12 President 
MEHLGARTEN A., 137 Franklin 
MEINETSBERGER STEPHEN, 

24 S Sharp 
Menke F., 433 W Pratt 
Mengellack Christian, 90 S Dallas 
Merluzzi N. A., 12 W Baltimore 
Meyer Christian, 49 Albemarle 
Miller P., 437 W Baltimore 
Moser Henry, 92 S Dallas 
Munkewitz John A., 330 S Charles 
Nail John, 20 Carlton 
Neuman Benjamin, 56 Centre mar- j 

ket space 
Nicklas George M., 106 Pearl I 

17* 



Ochs Frederick, 7 Warner 
Oehm C. N., 150 Light st whf 
Oehm Frederick William, 243 W 

Pratt 
Orenh Simon, 16 Bethel 
OSSE CHARLES, 294 W Pratt 
Ostendorf & Hamman, 60 N How- 
ard 
PATTERSON & FIELDS, 81 
Thames op Broadway, F. P., 
Merchant Tailors and Clothing 
Establishment 
Perry &Bro., 192 N Gay 
Peter George, 7 S Gay 
Pfeifer M., 32 N Paca 
Pfister J. F.. 38 Ross 
Phillips James, 43 N Liberty 
Pinning Charles, 198 N Gay 
Pollock M., 18 Harrison 
Price B., 64 N Howard 
Purnell Charles B., 246 W Pratt 
Ran George D., 244 N Gay 
REILLEY P., 93 N Howard 
Reinach Isaac, 750 W Baltimore 
Reinheimer Fr., 209 S Eutaw 
Richardson J. W., 12 N Gay 
Rob E., 50 S Charles 
Roberts David, 22 Bethel 
ROBERTS H. T., 6 St Paul 
Roessler Edward, 37 German 
Rosenburgh Henry, 38 Harrison 
Rothschild S., 230 S Broadway 
SANDERS GEO. W., 51 Hanover 
Schauer M., agent, 3 Water 
Schmidt & Ebel, 304 W Pratt 
Schmith C, 10 Chesnut 
Schulheis William, 672 W Balti- 
more 
Schultz Peter, 12 W Baltimore 
Shane Mrs. H., 34 Camden 
Shoemaker William, 191 Henrietta 
Simon Theo. & Brother, 317 W 

Pratt 
Sinclair Francis H., 776 W Balti- 
more 
Smith M. N., 35 N Gay 
Sondheimer Samuel, c Exeter and 
Low 



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TAV 



Sonnaman Henry, 498 "W Balti- 
more 
Spicer J., 165 Franklin 
STAUF HENRY, MERCHANT 
TAILOR, 45 W Baltimore bet 
Frederick and Gay 
Steinbach Gottlieb, 259 S Bond 
Steinbach Jacob, 240 Alice Anna 
Stewart Alexander, 75 Ricbmond 
Stern P., 148 Forrest 
Stine Joseph, 144 W Baltimore 
Story John T., 491^ W Baltimore 
Street M. L., 20 Second 
Strohmeyer George, 8 N Gay 
Tacuber John F., 54 Ensor 
Taylor L. D., 15 S Calvert 
Teals Geo. McKendree, N E c 

Frederick and Baltimore 
Tracy M. & Sons, 166 W Balti- 
more 
Traut Louis, 513 W Baltimore 
Trego W. C, 98 S Bond 
Vanoisdell H., 152^ N Eutaw 
Viaene J., 219 W Baltimore 
Walter John, 147 S Wolf 
Weber Casper, 315 W Pratt 
Weber Philip, 654 W Baltimore 
WEIKEL PETER, 7 Light, adj 
Fountain Hotel. Always on hand 
a good selection of Cloths, Cassi- 
meres, and Yestings. 
Weyfforth B., 40 N Paca 
Wiegman John, 209 S Broadway 
Wieseman John, 343 S Bond 
Willfing Henry. 66 Pvoss 
Williams B., 71 S Schroeder 
Winkelman Casper, 56 Greenmount 

av 
Wustard H., 42 S Republican 

Tailors' Trimmings. 

Buschmann Yictor H., 2 Hanover 
FOCKE EDW. L., 252 W Baltimore 
Harrington & Bogue, Baltimore c 

Charles 
LAUER LEWIS & CO., 283 W Bal- 
timore 
MOORE S. & R. G., 6 S Charles, 
Importers, Dealers and Manufac- 



turers of CLOTHIERS' AND 
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, 
Shirts, Collars, and Furnish- 
ing Goods Generally. 
Wise L. E., 253 W Pratt 

Tanners. 

APPOLD GEORGE & SONS, North 
ab Madison 

Bayfield &, Gregg, 2 Centre 

Klees Henry & Sons, 15, 17 and 19 
Saratoga 

Heald John H. k Co., North c Ma- 
dison 

MAYNARD, ELY & ROSE, 

TANNERS AND CURRIERS, 
AND 

DEALERS IN 

All Kinds of Shoe Manu- 
facturers' Goods, 

Would call attention, especially of 
the trade, to our celebrated Calf 
and Ki|) Skins, now almost entirely 
used in place of imported Skins. 
MAYNARD, ELY & ROSE, 
Store, 46 S. Calvert. 

SELWAY ROBERT, Tanner and 

Currier, 14 S Calvert, Tannery 
c Saratoga and Carey. Full as- 
sortment of sole and finished 
leather, which will be sold low 
for cash, at No. 14 S. Calvert St. 
STARTZMAN A., Central av bet 
Pratt and Gough 

Taverns. 

{See also Hotels ; also Restau- 
rants ; also Lager Beer Sa- 
loons.) 
Bell Ellen, 152 S Eutaw 
Black John, 164 Harford av 
Bleiker Julius, 42 S Howard 
BUTLER MISS BLANCH, 155 
Eastern av 



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199 



Calder Mrs. Rosanna, 157 Eastern 

av 
Campbell Peter, 73 Chesnut 
Cunningham John, 413 S Charles 
Corcoran Patrick, 62 Lancaster 
Davis J. v., 163 Eastern av 
Dickinson Wm., 161 Eastern av 
Diver John, 151 Eastern av 
Enelbach M., 75 Hanover 
Everhardt, Geo. G., 42 N Paca 
Everline Michael, 200 W Lexington 
Flagerty W., 259 Hanover 
Ferris B., 154i W Pratt 
Giles Mary Ann, 149 Eastern av 
Hallworth Allen, 165 Eastern av 
Hawks Curtis, 14 Cross 
Hering Mrs. H., 60 Lancaster 
Horn John, 19 Dover 
Hoyt Starr, 159 Eastern av 
Imhofe Henry, 23 W Pratt 
Jackson Mrs. Susan, 133 Eastern av 
KEEGAN PATRICK, c Front and 

Bath 
Keerle Mrs. Nancy, 137 Eastern av 
Knowles Henry, East c Half Moon 

al 
McCail Ellen, 508 W Pratt 
McLane Samuel, 518 "W Pratt 
Mailley James, 38 President 
Manley James, 145 Eastern av 
Marren Terranee, 195 E Lombard 
Nugent T., 204 W Lexington 
Rochfort J. F., 39 President 
Scheuermann C, 71 Hanover 
Schmidt Robert, 273 S Sharp 
Silk Mary, Charles c Henrietta 
Smith Mrs. E., 57 South 
Stapleton Timothv, 49 President 
Wehage H. H., 221 Hanover 
Welsh Mary, 39 W Lombard 
Welsh Thos., 213 Light 
WELTNER ADAM, 77 Hanover 
White Isabella, 167 Eastern av 
Wilson Henry, 822 W Baltimore 
Wolbaun — , 5 W Lombard 

Tasidermists. 
Wolle Alexander, 30 Second 



Tea Dealers. 

{See also Grocers.) 
{Marked tkiis * are Wholesale.) 

*GILLET GEO. M. & Co., 



TEAS, 



56 S Gay St. 

G. M. GiLLET, Henry Moale. 

♦HABERSHAM & BARRETT, 53 
Exchange pi. Importers and 
Dealers in TEAS and EAST 
INDIA GOODS. 

KUHN & TYSON, 

DEALERS IN TEA, 

c Eutaw and Fayette. 
Franklin Kuhn, W. J. Tyson. 



*Martin, Gillet & Co., Lombard c 
Frederick 

*REESE G. H. & BROTHERS, 207 
and 209 W Pratt 

Robertson Thomas, 436 W Balti- 
more 

^SANDERS GEORGE & CO., 65 
Exchange pi 

Teachers, Dancing. 
{See AcADEJiiES, Dancing.) 

Teachers, Languages. 

Dantziger J. C, 100 Hanover 
Gravier Leon, 97 St Paul 
KOCH GEORGE, 104 East 



200 



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TIN 



Teachers, Music. 

Fry Charles. 20 N Liberty 

PolkE., 10 N Green 

"Weaver Miss M. A., 165 N Eutaw 

Telegraph Offices, 

American Telegraph Co., Baltimore 
e South 

INDEPENDENT TELEGRAPH 
CO.. 21 SOUTH, AND BRANCH 
OFFICE, CORN EXCHANGE. 

Thread Importers, 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

Tin Can Manufacturers. 

Campen John, 266 Light 

EWALT SAMUEL A., 519^ W 
Baltimore, Manufacturer of every 
variety of FRUIT AND OYSTER 
CANS. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. Capping done at the 
shortest notice. 

O'Ferrall John &Co., 169 S Howard 

SHOTT PHILIP, 411 and 413 W 
Baltimore, Manufacturer of Oys- 
ter and Fruit Cans of all sizes. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Work- 
ers. 

{See also Stoves and Ranges.) 
Bateman B. M. G., 270 Light 
Borgley Samuel, Barre c Warner 
Campbell Henry J., 309 W Pratt 
Dailey & Bro., 7.59 W Baltimore 
Evans John, 18 W Baltimore 
FEICHTMAN S., 80 N Eutaw 
Fisher Charles, 92 N Gay 
Fisher F., 36 N Liberty 
GEISS NICHOLAS, 112 S Howard 
bel Conway, TIN and SHEET 
IRON WORKER. Metallic 
Roofing and Spouting done in 
the best manner and at the low- 
est prices. All kinds of tinware 
made to order. Orders for Stove 



and Jobbing Work promptly at- 
tended to, 
GLUCK WILLIAM, 79 and 81 N 

Gay 
Goetz August, 286 N Gay 
Goetz John A. G., Brown c Eliza- 
beth 
Hetzell John J.. 74 N Howard 
KEEN & HAGERTY, 37 and 39 S 
Calvert c Water and Cheapside, 
Wholesale TIN AND JA- 
PANNED WARE MANU- 
FACTURERS, and dealers in 
HARDWARE, IRON CAST- 
INGS, ^-c. 
Kerns John F., 734 W Baltimore 
Kines & Brother, Harden's ct and 

Williamson 
Lawb Fred., 290 S Sharp 
Loney & Brother, 156 N Gay 

McMillan william d., 333 w 

Pratt 
Mills Ezekiel, 385 W Baltimore 
Ness Alfred S. & Co., 30 S Cal- 
vert 
Oldershaw J. B., 217 W Pratt 
Reip A. H., 335 W Baltimore 
ROBINSON JOSHUA, 333 W Bal- 
timore • 

SHANAMAN JOHN, 

30 and 32 N Eutaw, 
Manufacturer 

OF ALL KINDS OF 

TINWARE, 
PAINT AND PR ESER VE 
CANS, CANISTERS, 

and 
DR UG GIS TS' TIN WAR E, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

Roofing and Spouting, 

House Furnishing Goods. 



Smiley James, 517 W Baltimore 
WARD EDWARD J., 218 W Pratt, 
dwelling, 382 W Fayette 



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201 



Tinsmiths. 

Bdrdley S. C, 56 Hollins mkt 
Collins James, 14 W Fayette 
Crout H., 48 Penn. av 
Foss C. M., 10 N Eutaw 
Fry Jacob, 271 S Sharp 
Goetz Daniel, 52 Central av 
Hand T. B., 33 E Baltimore 
Hanson Peter, 32 E Baltimore 
Hilderbrundt Frederick, 205 Hol- 
lins 
Johns Casper, 18 Bethel 
Knaus Ferdinand, 4 and 6 Ensor 
Leine L., 258 S Ann 
Lester Thomas, 28 President 
Letmate A., 47 Ensor 
Letmate "W., 59 Penn. av 
Lloyd R., 136 N Eutaw 
Meyer Lawrence, 44 Park 
Moxlev Wm., 1 Dover 
Myers'Fred., 343 Light 
Parkinson & Brown, 58 North 
Reip L. J., 28N Paca 
Rosenbush Sampson, 19 Ensor 
Roth Frederick, Bell Air mkt 
Schim Adolph, 407 Canton av 
Shebberley C, Lexington mkt 
Shop Mrs. C, Lexington mkt 
Snyder F., 65 E Pratt 
Staudt Charles, 89 Orleans 
Stoefield Henrv, 164 S Fremont 
Thaler Geo. & Bro., 106 Franklin 
Theisz Conrad, 82 Pearl 
Volk James, 11 Pine 
Waltz John, Caroline c Orleans 
"White Henry, 175 Franklin 
Willhelm Mrs. L., 71 Penn. av 
Wolf Wm. N., Central av c Gough 

Tobacco Commission Mer- 
chants. 

Armistead, Riggs & Co., 33 S Gay 
BELT TRUEMAN & SONS, 1 Elli- 
cott. TOBACCO and GENERAL 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
BerrvN. E., 63 W Pratt 
BOYD W. A. & CO., 33 South 
COURTNEY & SON, 65 S Gay 



DARE, SPROSTON & CO., 95 S 

Charles 
DE FORD CHARLES D. & Co., 37 
S Gay, TOBACCO COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS and IMPORTERS 
OF HAVANA CIGARS & LEAF 
TOBACCO. 
Etchison & Dorsey, 104 S Charles 
FENDRICH BROTHERS, 49 South 
Foster W. T., 70 Exchange pi 
Frick & Ball, 57 Exchange pi 
GUNTHER & RODEWALD, 90 W 
Lombard, 1 door west of Ex- 
change pi, General Commission 
Merchants and Tobacco Fac- 
tors. 
Heald Jacob & Co., 58 and 60 S 

Gay 
HYATT C. C. & R. H. & Co., 147 

Pratt 
OWENS J. S. & CO., 55 W Pratt 
PARLETT B. F. & CO., 92 Lom- 
bard and 5 Water n South, Whole- 
sale DEALERS IN MANUFAC- 
TURED and LEAF TOBACCO, 
Imported HAVANA and GER- 
MAN CIGARS, and Manufac- 
turers of fine Havana and 
OTHER Cigars. 
PLEASANTS JOHN P. & SONS, 
52 South, Tobacco Commission 
Merchants. 
Seemuller A. & Sons, 55 Exchange 
Pl 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

BECK & BACHMANN, TOBACCO 
MANUFACTURERS, Proprie 
TORS of PiMLico Tobacco Works, 
Baltimore County. O^ce — 113 
W Lombard. 
BONN ANTHONY S. & CO., 172 W 

Pratt 
Cromer Thomas W., 341 W Balti- 
more 
GAIL G. W. & AX, 28 Barre 
HAMILTON GEO. W., 112 W Pratt 
HUNCKEL PH., 24 S Charles 



202 



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HUNTER WM. , Agent, NAVY and 
NATURAL TOBACCO MANU- 
FACTORY, 152 W Pratt c Hol- 
lingsworth 

MIDDLETON & DORSET, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 
CHEWING 

TOBACCO, 

Navy lbs. and ^ lbs., 

Bright and Light Pressed 5s and lOs. 

'Factory — 103 Charles. 

Warehouse— 126 W Pratt. 



Schultz Charles, 3.3 W Lombard 
WATTS a. S. & CO., 21 S Calvert, 
Manufacturers of CIGARS, 
AND Agents for the sale of 
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,* 
Dealers in Havana Cuba, and 
Seed Leaf Tobacco. 
Garrard S. Watts. James W. 
Wolvington. John M. Holmes. 



WEBB NATHAN & BROTHER, 

No. 148 W Pratt, 

Manufacturers of Navy lbs. & i lbs. 
5s and 10s, 

NATUKAL, SPUN, AND TWIST 

TOBACCO'S, 

Dwelling — 326 W Saratoga. 



WILKENS H. & CO., 

Manufacturers of 
SMOKING AND FINE CUT 

CHEWING 

TOBACCO'S. 

Also, Importers of Tobacco, Hava- 
na and Bremen Cigars, 

181 W Pratt, bet Charles and 
Hanover. 



*Tobacco Pipe Manufactu- 
rers, 

DICKINSON, BOWEN & CO., 

TOBACCO PIPE 

MANUFACTURERS, 

Corner Granby St. and East 
Fall Avenue, 

Opposite Pratt St. Bridge, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Also, sole Patentees and Manufac" 
turers of 

"The Patent Double Tube To- 
bacco Pipes," 

In Meerschaum, Bruyere Root, and 
other Materials. 

Tobacco Warehouses. 
BIRD E. CARRERE, 28 W Pratt, 
3d door E of Centre Market space, 
Wholesale and Retail Manufactu- 
rer and Dealer in Foreign and 
Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCO, 
SNUFF and PIPES, of all kinds, 
cheap for Cash. 



TOB 



TOB 



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BOLENIUS G. H., 202 W Pratt, c 
Charles, Manufacturer and Im- 
porter OV CIGARS, DEALER IN 

LEAF, MANUFACTURED and 
FINE CUT CHEWING & SMOK- 
ING TOBACCO, PIPES, &c. 
BOYD WM. A. & Co., 33 South, 
Wholesale Dealers in LEAF 
and MANUFACTURED TOBAC- 
CO. 
COFFROTH, MILLER & CO., 330 

W Baltimore 
Dellevie Samuel, 20 W Pratt 
DINSMORE & KYLE, 156 Pratt st 

whf 
FENDRICH BR0THERS,49 South, 
Manufacturers of Chewing Tobac- 
co and Cigars, and Dealers in all 
kinds of Leaf Tobacco, Plain and 
Fancy Pipes, Ac. 
GAIL G. W. & AX, 28 Barre 
Gephart John, jr., 820 W Baltimore 
GUNTHER & RODEWALD, 90 W 
Lombard 

HUN C KEL'S PH. 

LEAF TOBACCO 

and 

CIGAR AGENCY. 

Havana, Yara and Cuba Tobacco, 

Connecticut, Pennsylvania and 

Ohio Seed Leaf. 

2-3: S. O ZX J%. ft. Xj X3 S. 

Marriott & Gould, 35 South 
Moorehead John <fc Brother 14 N 

Howard 
MYERS W. H., 5 Water, Manu- 
facturer OF CIGARS and dea- 
ler in Chewing, Smoking and 
Leap TOBACCO. All goods 
guaranteed as represented, or no 
gale. 



PARLETT B. F. & CO., 92 Lom- 
bard and 5 Water 

Perkins James T., Inspector (No. 1, 
State), ft Dugan's whf 

Requardt J. J., Lombard c Market 
space 

ROSENFELD S. & CO., 20 S Gay. 
(See advertisement.) 

SCHROEDER JOSEPH, Baltimore 
c Frederick 

State No. 3. P Griffith, S W c Light 
st whf and Conway 

State Tobacco Warehouse No. 4, 
Wm. Welsh, S Charles 

State Tobacco Warehouse No. 6, 
John Morehead, Inspector, S 
Charles 

TAYLOR I. H., 97 W Lombard 

Turner James, Inspector (No. 2), ft 
O'Donnell's whf 

WEBB THOMAS N., Manufactu- 
rer and dealer in choice imported 
Havana Cigars, Virginia Chewing 
Tobacco, &c., wholesale and re- 
tail, S E c Madison and Garden. 

Tobacco and Cigar Dealers. 

{See also Cigar Dealers.) 

Abbott William, 238 S Broadway 
AHLERS CHARLES, S E c Gay 

and Eden 
ALEXANDER M., 242 W Pratt 
Allderdice John, 11 ^ W Fayette 
Austermuhle N., 180 Orleans 
Barker W. K., 265 W Pratt 
Bateman James S., 125 Hillen 
BECK JACOB, Gav c Caroline 
Bell T. B., 84 N Paca 
Bendorf Augustus, S Caroline c 

Fleet 
Berndt Charles, 138 Aisquith 
Beziat John M., 656 W Baltimore 
Birkins William, 220 HoUins 
Bixler Louis A., 102 N Howard 
Black Samuel, 188 W Pratt 
Blessing John, 241 N Gay 
Bohlmann John, 465 W Baltimore 
Boon John, ^ Second 
Booth Simon 234 E Lombard 



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TOBACCO DEALERS. 



Boring John T., Columbia c Emory 
Bowers T. W., 74 W Pratt 
Bremner John. 186 S Sharp 
BRINGMANN WM., 18 S Sharp, 
bet German and Lombard, dealer 
in Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff and 
Pipes. 
Brinckmeyer Charles, 41 W Balti- 
Brown G. W., 9 W Baltimore 
Burke Amos, 184 W Lexington 
Bussa John V., 354 W Pratt 
Byer Andrew, 207 S Charles 
Cameron Hugh, 84 Ensor 
Castine E. M., 22 Second 
Cetlinger H., 57 W Baltimore 
Chalmers Mrs. Ann, 65 Penn. av 
Cheery Edward, 420 W Baltimore 
Clark John, 104 W Pratt 
Cohen Lewis C, 377 W Pratt 
Coleman Wm. F., 72 Central av 
Crisp Joseph, 42 Thames 
Cropp Mrs. D., 24 President 
Catsenstein M., 24 W Baltimore 
Gumming Wm. A., 189 W Balti- 
more, 2d door W of Light 
Cummings J. P., 22 N Paca 
Decker B , 14 Ensor 
DEMITZ H. E., 118i Light st whf 
DILLEHUNT JOHN G., 167 E Bal- 
timore 
Donelson James L., 141 N Gay 
Doub D. M. & Co., Baltimore and 

Calhoun 
Draper Garrison, 162 Forrest 
Dreves Francis, 16 Pine 
Dundon Michael, 267 Light 
Ebbighusen Georgeanna, 256 Can- 
ton av 
Eisemen &, Bro., 54 Central av 
Eisenhardt John, 114 N Eutaw 
Einstein Samuel, 195 W Pratt 
Fankhand Henry, 206 W Lexington 
Fehsenfeldt Louis, 77 Thames 
Feldhaus F. A., Fayette c High 
Feldman Henry, 262 Hanover 
Fendrick & Bros., 155 Forest 
File A., Light c Brown 
FINLEY F. H. & BRO., South c 
Lombard 



Fisher Wm. H., 221 W Lexington 
FOX CHARLES. 302 W Pratt 
Fox Hiram E., 187 W Baltimore 
Freeman Saml. B., 188 Madison ay 
Frese John F., Orleans c Jefferson 
Friedel John Peter, 84 Pearl 
Frisbil Wm.. 172 S Broadway 
Fritag Christman, 656 Light 
Fuld Isaac, 34 Ensor vi 

Gaspari P. G., 427 W Baltimore ^ 
Gehrmann August, 71 Thames 
Gettier Wm. P., 257 W Pratt 
Gieske & Niemann, 120 S Charles 
Gonder Wm., 167 Franklin 
Grahm Andrew, 337 N Gay 
Granger M., 109 N Howard 
Grauer Samuel, 646 W Baltimore 
Grauer Samuel, 170 W Pratt 
GREGORY J. H. D., Tobacco and 
Cigar Store, 201 Light. Snuff, 
Pipes, and Smoking Tobacco on 
hand. 
Greifru C, 379 Canton av 
Gross G. R., 722 W Baltimore 
Grove F., 159 Franklin 
Gudberlet August, 203^ W Lexing- 
ton 
Gump S. R., 14i Centre mkt space 
Hadaway Wm. H., 63 Camden 
Hamilton Geo. W., 112 W Pratt 

and 280 W Baltimore 
Heiship Catharine, 142 S Fremont 
Henneman Jesse, 46 Albemarle 
Henneman John T., 195 W Lexing- 
ton 
Henkel John T., 102 S Broadway 
Herr Francis, 313 Alice Anna 
Hewell Lewis, 79 Hanover 
Hickman Wm. H., N Caroline c 

Fayette 
HILD JOHN C, 214 Light 
Hoffman Elizabeth, 192 S Eutaw 
Holtz Arnold, 56 North 
Homan Amos, 12 Ross 
Huhn Mrs. M., 110 Greenmount av 
Humfield Amelia, 12 W Lombard 
IHDE HENRY, 159 E Baltimore 
Isaacs C. C, 36 South 
Jaeger Edward, 21 E Baltimore 



TOBACCO DEALERS. 



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Johnson E., 51 Ross 
Johnson James, 135 North 
Johnson W. H., 21 Market space 
Jones Charles, ISO S Broadway 
Jones W. B., 2 N Frederick 
Kelley Henry W., 59 S Broadway 
Kellner John, 229 Canton av 
Kensler Mrs. E., 328 S Charles 
Kerckhoff G., 99 W Lexington 
Kerner J. F., E Baltimore c High 
KLEMM C, 105 N Calvert 
Kniss Wm., 391 W Baltimore 
Knipschikl A., Fayette c Harrison 
Koerher Ch., 175 S Broadway 
Koerber F., 255 Eastern av 
Krumme J. A., 67 N Gay 
Kuhlmann H. & Co., 822 W Balti- 
more 
Kuhne Francis, 91 N Gay 
Lamhrecht Ch., Pratt c Albemarle 
Lavin John, Ann c Baltimore 
LENZBERG M , 56 S Howard 
Leopold ^Y., 548 W Baltimore 
Liehman &, Dellivie, 50 N Front 
LINDSEY C. D., 106 W Baltimore, 
Dealer in Havana, Domestic, and 
German Cigars, Chewing Tobacco, 
Pipes, &c. 
Mccarty & BRO., 9 St Paul 
Mankin Chas., 121 Thames 
Mantz Wm. H., 401 W Baltimore 
Martin Edward, 121 S Sharp 
Maydwell J. C, 21 Penn. av 
Mergareth Joseph, 347 S Bond 
Merfeld Joseph, 68 N Howard 
Meyer F. G., 744 W Baltimore 
Meyers Louis, 252 S Broadway 
MICHEL WM., 117 N Calvert 
Michelman H. E., 18 Park 
Miller D., 22 E Pratt 
Miller G., McElderry c Eden 
Milus Frank, 212 Alice Anna 
MORSE & MARTIN, 228 Baltimore, 
Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco, &c., 
Agents for Bowen's patent double 
tube Pipes. 
Moxley Walter, 243 S Broadway 
MUELLER F., Manufacturer of 
and Dealer in CIGARS, TOBAC- 
18 



CO, SXUFF, &c., S E c German 
and Liberty 
MUTHERT F. R., 76 S Eutaw, 4 
doors N of Camden. Manufactu- 
rer and Dealer in CIGARS, To- 
bacco, SxuFF, Pipes, &c. 
Muthert J. R. A , 15 Penn. av 
Myers Humphrey, 113 Franklin 
Neideliss Louisa, 63 S Sharp 
NEWELL PETER, 176 W Pratt 
Norris & Dulany, 46 N Eutaw 
Norris M., 96 Richmond 
Oppelt Edmund J., 42 N Green 
Parlett N. E., 88' Light st whf 
Paul Wm., 451 W Baltimore 
Pausch George, Britton c Madison 
Pfeil Mrs. C. E., 354 Light 
Poske H. F., 7 E Pratt 
PRIDGEON JOHNSON, 301 W 
Baltimore, Cigar and Tobacco 
Emporium. On hand Smoking 
and Chewing Tobacco, Tobacco 
Pouches, Sweet Brier Pipes, &c. 
Quentin C. H., 256 Alice Anna 
ReckertChas. A., 72 Columbia 
Rein Henrv, 419 Light 
Requardt J. F., 152 W Baltimore 
Requardt J. J., Market space c 

Lombard 
Rest Mrs. Francis, 282 S Charles 
Richardson John 30 W Pratt 
Roberts Charles, 141 W Lexington 
Rosenbaum H., 233 Light 
Rouvenac C, 270 S Sharp 
RUDOLPH JACOB, 55 Hanover 
Rutter John, 411 Canton av 
Sachman Margaret, 51 S Charles 
Banner John H., 64 S Howard 
Sauer John, 27 Scott 
SchafiFer Mary, 437 W Pratt 
Schagemann Bernard, 294 Aisquith 
Schmidt Philip, 46 S Bond 
Schnuck Harmon, 68 Park 
Schull C, 268 S Ann 
Siligmin Eliza, 773 W Baltimore 
Simmons S., 1 E Baltimore 
Smith Frederick, E Baltimore c 

Front 
Smith Geo. A., 509 W Baltimore 



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Smith Henry, 770 W Baltimore 
Smith J. C, 155 i W Baltimore 
Southcomb' A. L., 127 S Broadway 
Spamer George, 14 E Pratt 
Spreehe A., Baltimore c Fremont 
Sprugman Julius, 39 S Oregon 
Stegmann F. R., 232 Hanover 
Stempee Julius, S E c Holiday and 

Fayette 
Strobel Henry, 221 S Broadway 
Sutro E., 123 W Baltimore 
Tallarott Christian, 102 Thames 
TAYLOR ELIAS, 50 W Pratt 
Taylor Brothers, 136 W Pratt 
Tepkeng Fred., 43 Thames 
Thorner A. H., 6 Light st whf 
Tiemann Louis, 184 E Pratt 
Timbs John K., 249 E Baltimore 
Tinger Ch. F., 801 W Baltimore 
Tinken G. A. F., 78 Hanover 
Tobetbush H. W., 65 Ross 
Uhl Francis A., Market space c 

Hawk 
Unckback Mary, Lombard c Light 
Vieweg Frank, 259 Alice Anna 
Voigt Louis, 4 Columbia 
Von Duering F., 162 E Baltimore 
"Walger Louis, 450 W Baltimore 
Wambach Charles, 108 Light st wf 
WARTMAN'S J. C, EUTAW 
CIGAR STORE, under Eutaw 
House. Importer and Dealer in 
Genuine Havana Cigars, Chewing 
and Smoking Tobacco, Meer- 
schaum and Bryer Pipes. 
Wasserman J. L., 146 S Eutaw 
Waterman A. S., 122 Forrest 
Weaver Mary, 268 S Caroline 
WEBB SAMUEL M., 9 N Liberty. 
Importer and Dealer in Fine Ha- 
vana Cigars, Chewing and Smok- 
ing Tobacco, and Pipes. 
WEINGARTEN SOLOMON, 
Dealer AND Manufacturer of 
TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNUFFS, 
&c., 173 W Lexington, 2d door 
from Eutaw. Always on hand, a 
good assortment of IMPORTED 
HAVANA, PRINCIPE and DO- 



TRI 

MESTIC CIGARS, and all kinds 
of Tobacco and Snukf, Whole- 
sale and Retail, cheap for cash. 
WEITMYER JACOB, 51 N Gay 
Weise Julius, 64 S Ann 
Wheatley N. D., 570 W Baltimore 
Wicks William, 161 Penn. av 
WILKENS H. & CO., 181 W Pratt 
Wise Mrs. Mary, Ann c Gough 
Worwell Mrs. Mary, 113 E Pratt 
Westrick Charles, 104 Franklin 
Zeun George, 188 Cross 

Toy Stores. 

{See also Fancy Goods.) 
Habinghausen Wm., 532 N Gay 
HARBAUGH MRS. A. M., 121 N 

Calvert 
Pridgen Wm. R., 194 Hanover 

Transportation Lines. 

{See -p. 103, Freight Lines.) 

Baltimore & Boston, A. L. Higgins, 
agt. , ft Long Dock 

Baltimore Steam Packet Co., M. N, 
Falls, agt., Union Dock 

Baltimore & Susquehanna Steam 
Co., for Havre de Grace and Port 
Deposit, J. J. Taylor, agt., City 
Block W Falls av 

McFARLAND, STEPHENSON & 
CO., FAST FREIGHT LINE 
BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND 
WASHINGTON, ojices 114 S 
Eutaw op Camden station, B. & 
0. R. R., and at Baltimore and 
Washington Depot in Washing- 
ton, Alexandria and Georgetown. 
Freight transported promptly at 
lowest rates. 

New York & Baltimore, J. Alex. 
Shriver, agt., 3 Light st whf 

Trimmings and Dry Goods. 

{See also Dry Goods, Retail ; also 

Variety Stores.) 
Agan Mrs. Eliza, 17 Penn. av 
Baum Miss Ellen, Pearl c Saratoga 



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Belm H. J. T., 77 N Howard 
Burns Mrs. Julia, 64 Chew 
Campbell Mrs. M.," 250 N Gay 
Clark Mary Ann, Aisquitb c Chew 
Cleary Mrs. Ellen, 53 Harrison 
Colton Wm. H., 144 N Gay- 
Conn Mrs. M. A., 88 N Poppleton 
Cowman & Bro., 59 N Howard 
Creny M. J., 135 N Eiitaw 
Despeaux Mrs. E., 197 E Pratt 
Dieflfenbach Miss C, 460 W Balti- 
more 
Dryden Mrs. R., H6 W Lexington 
Elton Mrs. Elizabeth, 1 S Ann 
Fanning Mrs. M., 190 E Baltimore 
Fry Mrs. M., 6 Carlton 
Grifi&th Catharine, 33 Harrison 
Gude H P., 151 W Madison 
Gump Mrs. M., 176 E Baltimore 
Guthlein N., 226 S Broadway 
Hutzler M., 23 N Eutaw 
John August, 90 "W Lexington 
Keer Thomas, 190 N Exeter 
Kermode John, 91 N Eutaw 
Koontz Frank, 31 Central av 
Lansburgh J., 27 N Eutaw 
Lauer F., 69 N Howard 
Lewis Ellen, 682 W Baltimore 
McCaddin Mrs. M., 1 Clay 
McDonnell Misses, 65 N Howard 
McGuirk Mrs. M., Biddle c Monu- 
ment 
McNaughon Miss R., 26 Russell 
McRae J., 116 N Calvert 
Mehler W., 89 W Lexins^ton 
Merryman, C. & F., 139^N Eutaw 
Mewshaw Dennis, 554 "W Baltimore 
Moulton James F. Sr., 482 W Bal- 
timore 
Needles John & Son, 43 N Charles 
Pindell Thomas, 264 E Baltimore 
Pollock Mrs. L., 794 W Baltimore 
Rickerd Mrs. S., 94 N Schroeder 
Rogers Jason, N E c Lexington and 

Pearl 
Schultheis Mrs. R., 133 Mulberry 
Soran Mrs., Bond c Gough 
Smith Fanny, 129 S Sharp 
Storm Mrs. C. M., 109 N Gay 



Vreeland Mrs. A., 92 W Lexington 
Welch Mrs. F. A.-, 84 W Lexington 
Wicke William, 57 Pearl 
Wirth Mrs. Anne, 42 Penn. av 

Trunk Makers. 

{See also Saddle and Harness 
Makers.) 

BRAUL WILLIAM, 

286 W Pratt and 44 S Exeter, 

Manufacturer of 

TUTJIsrKS 

and 
CARPET BAGS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

FARQUHARSON F. L., 17 S Cal- 
vert 

HUNT SAMUEL, 202 W Baltimore 

LAWSON ROBERT, 277 W Balti- 
more 

Lingelbach Charles, 293 S Bond 

McGee John, Calvert c Baltimore, 
1 S Charles and 35 W Fayette 

Ruckle J. N., S E Pratt and How- 
ard 

Schuchmann & Heim, 1 E side Cen- 
tre market space 

SCHUCHMANN & MARION 



^runfe, 




AND BONNET BOXES, 

34 N Eutaw. 

SCHULZE ERNEST, S E c Balti- 
more and Charles and 2 Cider al. 
(See advertisement op Box ma- 
kers.) 
Shoemaker George, 391 W Pratt 
Van Nortwick J. V. D., 259 W Bal- 
timore 



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Truss Makers. 

Bruce Robert, 448 Baltimore 

Turners. 

Frazier J. B., 261 Bond 
Ladenberger John, Eastern av 
Lindemann William, 243 S Bond, 
McLain William, 46 Holiday 
ROMBACH P. (successor to E. 
Kessmodel), UMBRELLA, PAR- 
ASOL AND CANE MANUFAC- 
TURER AND FANCY TURNER, 
61 N Eutaw. 
SHORT JOHN H., Uhler's al bet 
Hanover and Charles. STEAM 
SCROLL SAWING AND TURN- 
ING. All orders for Cabinet 
Makers', Carpenters', Piano and 
Coach Makers' work, promptly- 
executed N.B. — Ten Pin Balls 
furnished at short notice. 

A. S TOR C IC S 

Bltm fuming m^ Satoing 

ESTABIilSHMENT. 

ixro. 152 DB-A-srr si*-, 

bet Hillen and Ensor, 

BALTIMORE, 

Where he is prepared to execute 
all kinds of Sawing and Turning, 
such as Bench Screws, Hand Screws, 
Bed Posts, Carriage Hubs, Cart 
Hubs, Cedar Posts. Stair Banisters, 
Stair Newels, Piano Legs, Colum^ 
Table Legs, Ten Pin Balls, <tc., also 
all kinds of straight and Fancy Scroll 
Sawing. 

THOMAS JOSEPH & SON, Clay c 
Park 

Type Founder. 

Lucas Henry A., Bank la 



Umbrellas and Parasols. 

Bauchardt Wm., 75 N Eutaw 
BECK FREDERPCK, 121 W Balti- 
more, Whip, Umbrella, Parasol 
and Cane Manufacturer. 
BEEHLER FRANCIS, 235 Y/ Bal- 
timore, Whip, Umbrella, Parasol 
and Cane Manufacturer. 
Buxbaum Jacob, 602 W Baltimore 
Baylis William, 33 Chesnut (Re- 
pairer) 
DIETZ L. D. & Co., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 
Fay T. C, 87 Chesnut 
Fink Augusta, 32 Spring 
Frank Solomon, 6 Spring 
French E. F., 6 E Baltimore 
Hymes Barney, 193 E Pratt (re- 
pairer) 
Hymes Emanuel, 32 Ensor (repairer) 
Irwin T., 36 Bethel 
Kuhn C. F., 73 N Eutaw 
MAXWELL W. G., 16 W Balti- 

more 
MILLIKIN JAS. H. & SON, 267 

W Baltimore 
Pick Charles F., 49 Harrison 
Racsh John, 5 Bethel 
ROMBACH P., 61 N Eutaw 
Ross Simon 0., 98 Spring (repairer) 
St. .fohn Mrs. E., 942 W Baltimore 

Undertakers. 

BYRNE JAMES P., 39 N Front 
Chase Samuel W., 180 S Howard 
Leonard Wm. M., 782 W Baltimore 
Loane Joseph, 568 W Baltimore 
MARTIN & BE VANS, 11 S Calvert 
Shope Catharine, 70 Chesnut 
Teufel John, 283 W Pratt 
Troll Frederick, 90 S Howard 
WEAVER JACOB, 21 Ross, Metal- 
lic Coffins and Zinc Cases on hand, 
ready made Coffins furnished at 
the shortest notice. 

Upholsterers. 

BOSSON &. RUBENS, 19 N EutaW 



LOUIS lULLER, 




4 <^f' 



I ^guimmmt 



No. 110 W. Baltimore Street, 

BAIiTIMORE. 



CARPETS, MATTRESSES, UFHOLSTERY GOODS, 

ixtu\ m'a ^mmtim fapr-iangitip, h. h. 



AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 



BENEDICT KISSNER, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

(Woollen Jackets,) 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No. 93 Bank St., bet. Bond St. and Broadway, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

All Orders for Weaving Coverlets will be done at the lowest prices and 

at short notice. 



E. M. CROSS & CO., 
i DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 

337 Chestnut Street^ Philadelphia^ Pa. 

BRANCH OFFICES, 

110 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md. 
335 Broadway, New York. 

13 Tremont Row, Boston, Mass. 

PUBLISHERS OF 

The Baltimore Business Directory, f 1.50 
The Philadelphia Business Directory, 1.00 
The Pittsburgh Business Directory, 1.50 
The New Jersey State '' 3.00 

The Wilmington (Del.) City '' 2.00 



Cff!^uti0tu 



All persons authorized to canvass on any of the above 
Directories have our printed authority, signed by us. 
Any persons not so provided are not our canvassers. 

E. M. CEOSS & CO., 

Ptubiiahers, 



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CROOK WALTER Jr., 

Large Wholesale and Retail 
Stock of 

rPHOLSTERY AND CURTAIN 
GOODS, 

Paper Hangings, Window 
Shades and Hollands, &c., 

At the Curtain, Damask and 
Upholstery Warehouse, 

220 W Baltimore n Charles. 

Hart John, 456 W Baltimore 
HOLLAND WM., 72 N Howard 
MULLER LOUIS, HOW Baltimore. 
(See advertisement interleaved.) 
Rogge Charles M., 58 Pearl 
Sinclair and Purvis, 5 JT Charles 
Sturges Mrs. Julia, 87 W Fayette 

Upholsterers' Materials and 

Trimmings. 
HOLLAND WM., 72 N Howard 

Variety Stores. 

{See also Trimmings; also Fancy 
Goods.) • 

■ Adam Elizabeth, Lexington mkt 
Addy James, 159 S Sharp 
Allen Catharine, 209 S Charles 
Blackburn Mrs. M., 80 Richmond 
Bloham Mrs. A. D., 808 S Eutaw 
Bohen R., 84 Fell's Point mkt 
Bramburg Louisa. 114 HoUins 
Brotzel John, 2 Columbia 
Bro.wning 0. A., 63 North 
Bunting Marj!4, 331 Light 
Byrne Mrs. Mrry, 247 N Gay 
Carter L., 94 Columbia 
Cauter Mrs. R., 206 Light 
Cline Mrs. Mary, 162 Centre mkt 
Cohen Simon, 185 N Gay and 90 

Fell's Point mkt 
Coleman Martha, 498 W Pratt 

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Coleman Mrs. Mary N., 12 W Pratt 
Condit H., Centre mkt 
Crawford Elizabeth, 42 Hanover 
Crow G., 78 Centre mkt 
Daily Mrs. Catharine, 183 S Caro- 
line 
Dannun E., Hollins mkt 
Deea Morris, 58 Harrison 
Dennis A., 333 S Charles 
Dexter Adam, 520 N Gay 
Docktermann Conrad, 203 Light 
Egan Henry, 171 Centre mkt 
Evereard Mrs. Jane, Lexington mkt 
Everett Jane, 79 Centre mkt 
Eytle Jacob, 26 Leadenhall 
Felt Charles, 110 S Howard 
Ford John D., 191 N Gay 
Franck John, 352 Light 
FULLER MISS E., 157 N Gay 
Gill Mrs. Elizabeth R., 455 N Gay 
GreffCath., 141 Centre mkt 
Gregory Mrs. M., 119 Gough 
Gregory Thomas, 14 Henrietta 
Grim Amelia, 267 Hanover 
Grosz Catharine, 303 S Bond 
G'-otjalm H., 417 W Baltimore 
Hi mmann Mrs. E., 240 Canton av 
Harettner Jacob, 132 Columbia 
Heff Frederick, Fell's Point mkt 
Hexter Geo., 225 Eastern av 
Hodg Mrs. Sarah, 774 W Baltimore 
Hoffmann Henry, 48 Hollins mkt 
Hollingsworth Francis A., 215 E 

Lombard 
Holsten A., 687 W Baltimore 
Hooker Catharine, Bell Air mkt 
Hudersfield Caroline, 70 Fell's Point 

mkt 
Hushbach A., 7 S Poppleton 
Hynds Mary C, 222 Columbia 
Johns Mrs. Henrietta, 311 Alice 

Anna 
Johnson Joseph, 749 W Baltimore 
Johnson Sarah, 67 Fell's Point mkt 
Jones Wm., 108 N Calvert 
Jordan Francis, 94 W Pratt 
Kelly B., 161 Centre mkt 
Kelly John. 33 S Schroeder 
Kelly Mrs. Julia, 428 W Baltimore 



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Kerker Henry, Fell's Point.mkt 
Kolb Jacob, 246 Canton av 
KREISEL FRED., 261 N Gay 
Levy Joseph, 138 Light st whf 
Lloyd Joseph, 227 Light 
Lohmeyer Mrs. E., 612 W Balti- 

timore 
McDermutt Miss Mary E., 341 N 

Gay 
McKinly Margaret, 601 W Lombard 
Maher Conrad, 30 Cross 
Mariner T. P., 5 W Falls av 
Mercer C, 70 S Eutaw 
Meurer E. N., 254 Canton av 
Mitchell Mrs. Mary, 35 W Lombard 
Murray Lucy A., 391 N Gay 
Nahring Mrs. Caroline, 181 S Ca- 
roline 
O'Xeal Thomas, 178 S Howard 
Pentner Catharine, Fell's Point mkt 
Perrine Achsah, 63 Columbia 
Pusey Mrs. Maria, 874 W Baltimore 
Quatmann Constance, 240 Canton av 
Radicke L. M., 785 W Baltimore 
Remare Mrs. E., 12 New 
Rerbert Mary, 837 W Baltimore 
Rewlen Sophia, 118 Colombia 
Rider Conrad, 12 E Monument 
Roach Mary, 37 W Lombard 
Robert Mrs. Sarah, 225 Hollins 
Rogers Henry, 16 S Fremont 
Rolman Mary, 156 Centre mkt 
Ross Thos., 67 Camden 
Roth F. W., 251 S Howard \ 

Rousclat John, 739 W Baltimore 
Schmitt Valentine, 174 Lexington 
Schminke Ann, 395 W Baltimore 
Seabolde Louis, 313 Light 
Shultz A., 124 Hollins 
Sieblie Mary, Centre mkt 
Sloan Mrs. M., 178 Orleans 
Slide Wm., 120 S Howard 
Smith George H., 60 Thames 
Spence John, 127 Gough 
Spencer John M. , 478 W Baltimore 
Stansbury R., 206 Mulberry 
Steel Mary Ann, 8 W Lombard 
Stier Amelia, 29 Hollins mkt 
SuUivan Mrs. M., 100 Richmond 



Tannatz Mrs. J., 77 Richmond 
Taylor H.. 787 W Baltimore 
Torney John H., 192 W Pratt 
T;-ow Mary Ann, Bell Air mkt 
Uneke Peter, 72 Warner 
Valient Mrs. J. A., 364 N Gay 
Vassal Henry, 75 Fell's Point mkt 
Vihmayer D., 1^ New 
Viper Elizabeth, Lexington mkt 
Wall George, 98 N Howard 
Wankell Mrs. Maria, Lexington mkt 
Wesse Henry, 266 Canton av 
Whitebread A., 48 Centre mkt, and 

Bell Air mkt 
Williams Mary, 67 Hanover 
Wood Thomas H., 355 Light 
Wren Henry, Bell Air mkt 

Varnish Makers. 

DAVISON WILLIAM & CO., 

104 Lombard, 
Manufacturers of 

Chemicals, Yarnishes, Paints, 
White Lead, &c. 



MEYER AUG. G., 100 W Lombard 

POPPLEIN G. & N., Jr., 50 South, j 

(See advertisement.) ] 

RICHARDSON & CO., 26 S Calvert J 

c Mercer. (See advertisement op j 

Oils.) \ 

SMITH C. HART, Agent for Geo. 

S. Page & Brother, 111 Smith's < 

whf. (See advertisement inter- : 
leaved.) 

Venetian Blinds. 

{See also Sashes, Doors, and ' 
Blinds.) 

Dieter & Johnson, 28 N Howard 
MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 

more. (See advertisement op Up- 

hol.sterers.) 
Yost John, 486 W Baltimore 



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^Vermin Exterminator. 
Edwards Thomas, 101 N Eutaw 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Thome John, 144 N Front 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

Dorsey S. H., 9 President 
Elmer Louis, 2 O'DonneH's whf 
Jacobs George, 117 Britton 



L'ALLEMAND'S CHAS., 

DEPOT OF 

Clarified Cider Pickling, 

AND 

Triple Strong Wine Vinegar, 

OR 

SPIRITS OF VINEGAR, 

Warranted to be perfectly free of 
deleterious or injurious substances. 



62 South Gay, near Pratt, up stairs. 

Matthews Joshua, 107 McElderry's 
whf 

"Wagon Makers. 

White & Albaugh, 106 Penn. av 

"Watch Case Maker. 

VAN TROMP J., 19 Light c Mer- 
cer, WATCH CASE MAKER. 
Particular attention given to re- 
pairing. 

"Watches, Importers of. 

JOSEPH I., 44 W Baltimore 
Koch Wm., 209 W Baltimore 



M4Y HEXRY, 

127 W Baltimore n South, 

IMPORTER OF 

WATCHES & JEWELRY, 

WATCH MATERIALS, GLASSES, 
AND FANCY GOODS. 

WEBB GEO. W., S E c Baltimore 
and Light 

"Watches and Jewelry, Im- 
porters and Dealers in. 

Akers Edward, 65 S Charles 
BISSING W. F., 9fi W Baltimore 
BLAKE CHARLES, 217 AV Balti- 
more n Charles, Importer and 
Dealer in FINE WATCHES, 
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, 
&c. 
Blum Wm., 529 W Baltimore 
Brown Robert, 158 W Baltimore 
Brown Thomas J., 90 W Baltimore 
Bruwn Wm. & Co., 227 W Balti- 
more 
CANFIELD, BROTHER* CO., 229 
W Baltimore c Charles. (See 
advertisement.) 
Castleburg J., 126 N Gay 
Clark Gabriel D., Calvert c Water 
Cohen & Lvon, 70 W Baltimore 
Conner Mrs. E., 46 W Baltimore 
Cronhardt Chas., 88 and 206 N Gay 
Drummond Levin J., 31 W Pratt 
Fasbender Marion J., 255 W Pratt 
Geary & Weale, 177 W Baltimore 
Gehring J. G., 194 N Gay 
Gould James, 169 W Baltimore 
IIOFFMEISTER JOHN, 78 N Pearl 
JATHO HENRY. Baltimore c High 
Joseph I., 44 W Bnltimore 
I Justis W. S., 102 W Pratt 



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JANOWITZ S., 
(late with CanfieldBro. &Co.,) 

Practical Watchmaker 

And Dealer in 

Watclies, Clocks, 

Jewelry, Silver and 

Placed Ware. 

137 W Baltimore n Calvert. 

WATCHES— SPECIALITY. Prac- 
tical experience in the best estab- 
lishments in Europe enables me 
to Warrant ALL Watches Sold 
OR Repaired. 

KAEMPFF G. A., 248 Light 
KAYSER ALEX., 42 Hanover, 
JEWELLER AND WATCHMA- 
KER. 
Koch Wm.. 209 W Baltimore 
Larmour & Co., 10 Light 
Lemkul Charles, 419 W Baltimore 
Lewitoch Jacob, 16 W Pratt 
Lewyt S. H., 45 N Front 
Maeke J. H., 251 W Pratt 
MAY HENRY, 127 W Baltimore 
Messer John H., 651 W Baltimore 
MUELLER JOHN G.,247 Canton av 
bet Bond and Broadway, LEVER 
WATCH MAKER AND JEWEL- 
LER. 
Myers Charles H., 4-38 W Baltimore 
Nicklas John, 393 W Baltimore 
Ostendorf J. A., 13 Pennsylvania av 
Peithmann C. D., 30 W Pratt 
Pepar C. H., 814 W Baltimore 
PLUMMER J. F., 87 N Gay, 
WATCHMAKER& JEWELLER. 
Pohlmann Daniel, 676 W Baltimore 
Rodberg S. L, 120 N Gay 
SAVILLE JAMES H., 110^ W 

Baltimore 
Schofield Wm., 604 W Baltimore 
Seile S. B., 82N Gay 
Spear Alexander L., 47 W Balti- 
more 
Tschudy J., 235 Light 



Uhl Philip, 35 S Paca 
Walter Joseph M., 58 N Howard 
Watlenscheidt A., 475 W Baltimore 
WEBB GEO. W., S E c Baltimore 
and Light, GOLDSMITH AND 
JEWELLER, Importer and 
Dealer in FINE WATCHES, 
RICH JEWELRY,SILVER AND 
PLATED WARE. Hair braiding 
in all its varieties. Every atten- 
tion paid to neatness and durabil- 
ity in the repair and manufac- 
ture of Jewelry. Orders attended 
to with despatch. 
Wellmarshausen F., 54 N Paca 
WINDSOR G. S. & CO., 174 W 

Pratt 
Wiener A., 49 N Eutaw 
Woodcock Wm., 187 W Pratt 
Wynn J. Robert, 282 W Baltimore 

"Watch Makers. 

Holloway Robt., 118 N High 
JANOWITZ S., 137 W Baltimore. 
(See card under Watches and 
Jewelry.) 
JEANNERET Z., 209 W Baltimore 
(up stairs), Swiss Watchmaker. 
Chronometers, Watches, Clocks, 
and Musical Boxes of every de- 
scription, carefully repaired and 
warranted. 
Justis W. S., 102 W Pratt 
Juzek T., 422 W Lombard 
KIEL JOHN H., 25 E Baltimore 
Nicklas C, 470 W Baltimore 
Owens Francis, 103 Britton 
Price M. H., 56 S Calvert 
Rapin G., 169 E Baltimore 
Rieman A. H., 161 E Baltimore 
Seurll Henry, 7 St Paul 
Steibel George H., 227 W Pratt 
Woestman Frank 127 W Baltimore 
Wynn C, 228 W Pratt 

"Watch Tools and Materials, 
MAY HENRY, 127 W Baltimore 



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"Weighers. 

Andrew Charles & Co., 5 Spear's 

whf 
Judah David, 61 S Gay 
Merceret Louis, 79 Smith's whf 
Morton G. C, jr., 63 S Gay 
Seth W. G. & Son, Corn Exchange, 

Wood st 

Wharfinger. 

Seddon George, 128 Dugan's whf, 

(State) 
Taylor Jacob H., 134 Dugan's whf 

"Wheelwrights. 

{See also Carriage and Coach 
Makers ; also Wagon Makers j 
also Blacksmiths.) 

Breitschwerd C, 247 Alice Anna 
Carrish Charles & Co., 25 Leaden- 
hall 
Eilbacher John V., 16 Lee 
Eisman E., 39 S Oregon 
Fields W. H., 138 S Fremont 
Frederick John, 404 Canton av 
Fuller Philip, 12 E Falls av 
Good & McCall, 17 Concord 
Henry Charles, 3 Chesnut 
Hinzlemann Matthew, Ridgely c 

Sterritt 
Marsh Philip, York 
Mooz John, 283 Washington 
Bitter John, 212 and 214 Henrietta 
Roth John, 395 S Charles 
Smith James, 41 S Caroline 
SMITH J. A., 182 Columbia 
Thompson Joseph, 27 Centre 
Timmerman Henry, 509 Light 
Weaver Jacob, 23 Balderston 
Wickes Geo. W., 1 and 3 E Pratt 

"Whip Makers. 

BECX FREDERICK, 121 W Balti- 
more 

BEEHLER FRANCIS, 235 W Bal- 
timore 



"White Lead Manufacturers. 
DAVISON WILLIAM & CO., 

104 W Lombard, 

Manufacturers of 

Chemicals, Yarnislics, White Lead, 
Paints, &c. 

Holthaus & Bro., Broadway c 
Thames 

MEYER AUGUST G., Manufac- 
turer OP WHITE LE.\D 
PAINTS, VARNISHES, LAMP 
BLACK, SALTPETRE, &c., 100 
W Lombard. 

POPPLEIN G. & N. Jr., 50 North. 
(See advertisement.) 

"White "Washers. 

Hall & Loney, 248 E Lombard 
Heller F., 8 New 
Johnson Horace, 49 Dover 
Rockel H., 18 New Church 

"Wig and Toupee Makers. 

{See also Hair Dressers.) 

Croyeau Augustin, 171 W Baltimore 
Deville & Bourguet, 141 W Balti- 
more 

"Windo-w Shades. 

HOWELL & BROTHERS, 260 W 
Baltimore 

Michael & Brother, 122 W Balti- 
more 

MULLER LOUIS, 110 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement op 
Upholsterers.) 



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WINES AND LIQUORS— IMPORTERS OF. 



Wines and Liquors — Im- 
porters of. 

{See also Wines and Liquors, 
Wholesale.) 

EARTH & EDMEADES, 

22 S. Calvert, late 21 South, 

IMPORTERS OP 

Brandies, Gin, Scotch Whiskey, 
Wines, &c. Pure Rye and 
Bourbon Whiskey of Cele- 
brated Brands, Choice 
and Old, on Com- 
mission, always 
in store. 

BIGGAR JNO. & CO., 2 Exchange 
Pl 

AUGUSTUS BLOCK, 

Importer of 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, and 
DEALER IN GERMAN PRO- 
DUCE, FRENCH MUS- 
TARD, and CONTI- 
NENTAL SAUCE. 

EDWARD BLOCK, 

IMPORTER 

and 
DEALER IN 

WINES, LIQUORS, GER- 

MAN and FRENCH 

PRODUCE. 

Corks in all their varieties. 
114 W. Lombard St. 



Boggs, Cottmann & Co., 46 W Lom- 
bard 
Born Herman, Hanover c Camden 
Boyle J. P. & Co., 4 Exchange pl 

J. B. GHARRON & GO., 

Cor. Hanover and Lombard, Bait., 
IMPORTERS 

OP 

Wines, Brandies, Liquors, and 
Havana Cigars. Sole agent 
in Baltimore & Wash- 
ington for E. Clic- 
quot's Cham- 
pagne. 

C. G. DE GARMENDIA, 

18 COMMERCE, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

AND 

IMPORTER OF 

Wines, Brandies and Havana Ci- 
gars, Cordials, Olive Oil, &c., 
&c., Sole agent for the 
Celebrated Chas. 
Farre 
Champagne. 



DE LA MAR C. M. & CO., 96 W 
Lombard, Wholesale Dealers in 
Foreign and Domestic Groceries 
of every description. Choice 
Fruits, Wines, Champagnes, Ci- 
gars, Preserves, Fancy Goods, &c. 



WINES AND LIQUORS— IMPORTERS OP. 



215 



DOLIVEYRA, PERIDO & CO., 6 
Water three doors from South, 
Importers of BRANDIES, 
WINES, GINS and SCOTCH 
WHISKEY, also Scotch and 
English Ale and Porter and 
Havana Cigars. 

EIGHLBERGER OTHO W., 1 S 
Howard 

Ferry J. & Co., 51 Light 

GARDNER F., 8 N High, Importer 
of Rhine Wine 

JAS. HAZLITT & CO., 



IMPORTERS OF 

BRANDIES, GINS, WHIS- 
KEYS, WINES, ^c. 

39 and 41 S. Gay Street, 
BALTIMORE. 



J, H. & Co. are sole proprietors 
of various brands of choice Old 
Monongahela Rye Whiskeys. 

HEIM, NICODEMUS & CO., 383 
W Baltimore, Importers and 
Dealers in FOREIGN and DO- 
MESTIC LIQUORS. 

Hollins George, 14 N Charles 

HOUSE SAMUEL A., 94 Light st 
whf, Importer and Dealer in 
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, 
Cigars, &c. 

KEENE E. A. & CO., 59i S Charles, 
Importers of WINES,LIQU0RS 
AND CIGARS, also dealers in 
OLD RYE and MONONGAHELA 
WHISKEYS, and COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS. 



PH. HUNCKEL, 

24 S. CHARLES, 

Bet. German and Lombard, 

Importer of 

WINES, LIQUORS, AND 
CIGARS, 
Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, 
Old Rye and Bourbon Whis- 
keys, Champagne, Claret, 
Hock, Port and Madeira 
Wines. 



KOEHLER H. & CO., 128 W Lom^ 
bard, Importers of WINES, 
LIQUORS and CIGARS, and 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

KRAUS R. & CO., 63 S Calvert and 
38 Cheapside, Importers op 
WINES,LIQUORS and CIGARS. 

HENRY S. LANKFORD, 

61 S. Calvert, and 36 Cheapside, 

BALTIMORE. 

Importer and Dealer in 

BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, 
CIGARS, AND SCOTCH 
AND IRISH MALT WHIS- 
KEYS, FINE OLD MONON- 
GAHELA, R YE AND BOUR- 
BON whisi<:eys, and do- 
mestic LIQUORS OF ALL 
KINDS. 

Constantly on hand, a full and com- 
plete assortment of liquors of 
every description. 

LINDEMAN E. C. & CO., 69 S 

Charles 
Long Lewis J., 248 N Gay 



216 



WINES AND LIQUORS— IMPORTERS OF. 



MARTIN WM. R. AGO., 72 S Cal- 
vert, Importers and Dealers in 
WINES. LIQUORS, and GENE- 
RAL COMMISSION M E R - 
CHANTS. 

MYERS CHAS. H. & BRO., 72 Ex- 
change pi 

NOEDEL & WILHELMY, 



379 W. Baltimore, bet. Eutaw 
and Paca, 



IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS 



IN 



WINES, LIQUORS, GERMAN 
AND FRENCH PRODUCE. 



NORDLINGER & CO., 102 W Lom- 
bard, Importers of FOREIGN 
PRODUCE, BRANDIES, 
WINES, GINS, CIGARS, &c. 
I. Nordlinger, E. Eising. 
Pollatsek Rudolph, 1.34 W Lombard 
Ridgely David, N E c Pratt and 

Howard 
ROCHE & CO., 373 W Baltimore 
op Eutaw House, Importers op 
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS, 
&c.. and Dealers ix all kinds 
OF DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 
Ross Chas. H. & Co., 9 Commerce 
Schlott & Petzold, 124 W Lombard 
Schneider M. & Co., 46 S Howard 
SENFT HENRY, Paca c Baltimore, 
Importer and Wholesale dealer 
in Rhine Wine. 
Shields Thomas & Co., 145 N How- 
ard 
Sloan & Calwell, 17 & 19 Cheapside 
THOMPSON THOMAS, 29 S Gay. 
(See advertisement.) 



THOMPSON WM., 21 South, Ira- 
porter of Liquors 

Thomsen Laurence & Co., 64 Ex- 
change pi 

SIERNAN P. & SON, 12 N Cbarles 

ULMAN & CO., 48 W Lombard and 
5 N Gay, Importers op BRAN- 
DIES, WINES, GINS, AND Dis- 
tillers OF WHISKEYS, FRUIT 
BRANDIES AND BITTERS. 

VOCKEY THEODORE, 132 W 
Lombard, Importer of WINES, 
BRANDIES, GINS, and Dealer 
IN DOMESTIC WHISKEY. 



VONEIFF O. L., 

Importer and Dealer in 

Wmt^, LIQUORS, 

German and French Prod^ice, 
444 W Baltimore bet Pine <fc Pearl. 

Walters W. T. & Co., 68 Exchange 

Pl 

Wilson John E., agt., N W c How- 
ard and Camden 

Zuckschwerdt C & Co., 116 N How- 
ard 

"Wines and Liquors, Retail. 

{See also Hotels ; also Restau- 
rants ; also Taverns ; also 
Lager Beer Saloons.) 

Ahrling Henry, 72 Buchanan's whf 
Anderson T. M., 152 N Calvert 
Bell Ellen, 152 S Eutaw 
Bodenschatz John, 44 Camden 
Brashear George, North c Madison 
Bredkempt H., Hamburg c Sharp 
Brooks & Turner, North c Fayette 
Burke Thomas, 94 W Falls av 
Burns Henry, 190 W Falls av 
Cadwalader George, 12 Concord 
Cape John C, North c Eagen 



WINES AXD LIQUORS, RETAIL. 



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CARROLL P. H., lU S Howard 

Chenowith & Co., 159 N Gay 
Cilnon Andrew, 249 S Bond 
Clark Robert, 131 North 
Clifford William, 4 Neighbor 
Cerrigho Frank, 60 President 
COEDY MICHAEL, c East and 

Douglas 
Colbert B., 19 Concord 
Croghan P., 16 E Falls av 
Cunningham M., 142 N Eutaw 
Dannenfelser Philip, 228 Alice Anna 
Denny Owen, 52 Camden 
Dieckmann J. H., 108 Dugan's whf 
Diering H. F., 4 Patterson 
Dougherty Mrs. M., 22 Concord 
Draper Chester, 278 Light 
Dunn Edward, 116 North 
Duker H., 132 Dugan's whf 
Fargin Thomas, 40 Block 
Fieldchamp Harman, Light c Wer- 
ner 
'FINNAN B., 104 N Calvert 
Fox Thomas, 45 Park 
Franklin H., S Charles c Lee 
Gannon Joseph, 210 Light 
Gohlinghorst John H., 5 Saratoga 
GOODE WILLIAM F., 188 Pearl 
Gray Bernard, 46 Buren 
Griffith Mrs. M., 11 N Eutaw 
Gundlach Charles, 300 Montgomery 
Haban Mrs. B., 106 Dugan"s whf 
Hackman Wm., 110 Light st whf ■ 
Hagan D., 114 Dugan's whf 
Hamell B., 165 Eager 
Hamill Patrick, 104 Dugan's whf 
Hamill Thomas, 67 Harrison 
Hamilton C. R., Union Dock 
Hatchel C, 43 Orchard 
Harrigan D., Front c Bath 
Heminghausen John, 138 Columbia 
Hemmeter John, 18 N Howard 
Holmes Thomas, 7 North 
Hughes P., 57 Centre mkt 
Johnson A., 100 Thames 
Johnson John, 11 Union 
Kane James, 62 Thames 
Kavanaugh D., 82 Forrest 



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Iveeghan Peter, L Sharp c New 

Church 
Kelly Wm., 82 W Falls av 
Kernan Mrs. C , 173 Eager 
Killman G , 21 Hughes 
Kleibacker B., 100 Dugan's whf 
Laake H. B., 275 S Ann 
Lacy Solomon, Spring c Eastern ar 
Leurs John, 92 N Calvert 
Lorenz George, 344 S Charles 
McCarthy T., 207 W Lexington 
McColgan N , 159 N Front 
McDermott John, 5 Caonden 
McGowan John, 14 N Paca 
McGrath James, 242 Canton av 
McNally James, 100 St Paul 
Manning Mrs. B., 51 Union 
Mechaw Christian, 318 S Charles 
Mercer James E., 208 Lee 
Meyer Charles, 199 Montgomery 
Mifler Henry, 96 S Eutaw 
Miller Nicholas, 1 Hughes 
Moflfatt Mrs. Louisa, 142 Hughes 
Moog Jacob, 264 Hanover 
Mulese O'Neil, 114 North 
Mullen Henry, Falls avc Eastern ar 
Murray M., Concord c Lombard 
Mussman John, 256 Montgomery 
O'Brien John, 141 N Eutaw 
O'Hara Peter, 10 St Paul 
Oliver John, 64 Union 
Oliver & Gamble, 726 W Baltimore 
O'Neil Wm., 2 L Monument 
Osings Henry, 54 Ross 
Patterson John, 145 McEIderry's 

whf 
Pilkey J. P., 21^ Ensor 
Perver James & Son, 119 W Lom- 
bard 
Pritchett James, 204 Light 
REINHARDT C. F., 165 E Balti- 
more, bet Eden and Central av. 
Dealer in Imported and Domestic 
WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, 
and Syrups of all kinds of Fruit. 
Rider Henry, 376 Osten 
Rolker Herman H., 1 Camden 
Russell Patrick, 98 Holiday 
SCHRODER A. J., 211 Gough 



218 



WINES AND LIQUORS, WHOLESALE. 



Schultz Henry, 4 S Para 
Schumacher C. H., 69 Camden 
Schutze Charles, 66 Thames 
Seipp Mrs., 148 Light st whf 
Senft Henry, Pacac Baltimore, Im- 
porter of Rhine Wine 
Sesson Margaret, 141 Columbia 
Shiedy Thomas, 2 S Paea 
Sbehan Edward, 166 W Falls av 
Siebert Charles F., 14 E Lombard 
SPITZ H. P., Commission Mer- 
chant, Importer and Dealer in 
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, 
Wines, and Cigars, 212 W Lex- 
ington, bet Green and Paca. Pure 
old Rye Whiskey for medicinal 
purposes always on hand. 
STEIN HENRY, 206 Hollins 
Stornoni G., 108 Light st whf 
Stratmyer Fred'k, Henry & Hughes 
Stumpf Frederick, Holland c Eager 
Sullivan D., 115 North 
Tate James T., 2 North 
THEILE GEORGE, 22 Patterson 
Thrush Geo. R., 19 W Pratt 
Torberg John, Chesnut c Front 
Tresgel C, 349 Canton av 
Vendrehle J. H., 110 Dugan's whf 
Vesey J. P., 117 McElderry's whf 
Volk P., 496 W Lombard 
WALDNER FRANCIS, N W c 

North and Saratoga 
Walker George, 52 Union 
WALLIS EDWARD, 89 North 
Warnefld J., 152 Light st whf 
Weitsell Henry, 82 Lancaster 
Welsh John, 36 Block 
Welter Geo. H., 40 E Pratt 
Wicks Mrs. E., 55 Union 
Wielage Mrs. Catharine, 97 Con- 
way 
WILLIAMS J. C, 202 Light 
Young C. J., 4 S Gay 
Zurliene Henry, 148 S Eutaw 

"Wines and Liquors, Whole- 
sale. 
ALVATER JOHN, 112 Central av. 
(Liquor Refiner.) 



BARTH & EDMEADES, 22 S Cal- 
vert 
Buckler & Shipley, 85 and .87 S 

Charles 
CLABAUGH G. W., 372 W Balti. 

more 
Cotter & Nunan, 8 W Pratt 
Dickey Charles E. & Co., 108 Nf 

Howard 
DINSMORE & KILE, 156 Pratt st 

whf 
Ellis & Cairns, 14 S Gay 
Flack's Thomas J. Sons, c Bowly's 

whf and Guilford 
FOLEY & COOK, 144 Franklin 
FREELAND, HALL & CO., 143 W 
Pratt, dealers in Wines and Li- 
quors and Wholesale Grocers 
GOODE WILLIAM F., 188 Pearl, 
importer of Brandies, Gins, 
Scotch Whiskeys, Wines &c., 
Whiskeys on consignment from 
the most celebrated distillers. 
Griffith S. C, 57 S Calvert 
HEIM, NICODEMUS & CO., 388 

W Baltimore 
HOMRIGHAUSEN GEORGE, 39 

Brown 
HUNCKEL PH., 24 S Charles 
Keys James N. & Son, 93 Franklin 
Koons T. H. & Co., 142 Franklin 
McCalgan Charles, 8 Saratoga 

McDonnell james, 47 Caivert 

and 47 Cheapside, COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT in, Foreiqh 
AND Domestic LIQUORS, Best 
Brands of Old Rye and Malt 

W HTSKEYS- 

NOEDEL & WILHELMY^ 379 W 

Baltimore 
NORRIS, CALWELL & CO., 322 W 

Baltimore and 213 Pennsylvania 

av 
Ridgeley David, N E c Pratt and 

Howard 
ROCHE & CO., 373 W Baltimore 
SAUERBERG J. D. & CO., 21 & 23 

Light c Mercer, Importers Ot 

WINES, BRANDIES, GINS Ac., 



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dealers in Old Rye, Bourbon and 
Mononfj;ahela Whiskeys, also in 
Fancy Brandies, Bitters, Cordials 
&c. 
SLATER GEORGE, 10 and 12 Com- 

T116rCG 

STUART J. D. &C0., 27 Cheapside 
GENERAL COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, SOLE AGENTS for 
THOMAS MOORE'S COPPER- 
DISTILLED PURE RYE WHIS- 
KEY. 

TREGO, MORGAN & CO., 22 Com- 
merce, Produce Commission Mer- 
chants and Dealers in Foreign 
and Domestic Liquors. 

ITUBMAN B. G. & CO., 102 Light st 
whf, Importers and Dealers in 
WHISKEYS, BRANDIES, 
WINES, GINS, CIGARS, &c. &c. 

VONEIFF G. L., Ui W Baltimore 

WILLIAMS J. C, Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in FOREIGN AND 
DOMESTIC WINES AND LI- 
QUORS, 202 Light 

"Wines and Liquors, Whole- 
sale and Retail. 

DOWNEY JOHN & SON, 133 

Franklin 
ECKELMANN H. S., 45 Marsh 

market space 
GLONINGER J. R. &.C0., 7 N 

Charles 
HEN GST S. & R., N E c Franklin 

and Paea 
Quinn P. M., c High and Ilillen 
Rost John, 196 Alice Anna 
Tiernan P. & Son, 12 N Charles 

Wire Cloth Manufacturers. 

Fowler Francis, N W c Liberty and 
Fayette 

Wire Workers. 

Balderson H. & Son, 12 S Calvert 



W^ood Dealers. 

Beuchamp John, Lee c William 
CRUSSE JOHN Jr., Boston c Lea- 
kin, Canton 
Ehrman T. S., 258 Washington 
FORSYTH W. H. & CO., 165 Light 

st whf 
Giese J. Henry, 9 South 
Houck A. v., 61i N Eutaw 
McCULLOUGH JOHN C, Fremont 

c Pratt (See advertisement.) 
Meyer F. C, 304 S Caroline 
Michael Wm. H., Union Dock 
North John, 144 Light st whf 
Roney P., Mill 

Schaeflfer John M., Caroline c Lan- 
caster 
Timanus John F., 65 Green 
Wright Levin, 112 Light st whf 

Wood and Willo"w W^are. 

ATWOOD B., 62 S Calvert, Manu- 
facturer and Dealer in BROOMS. 
BRUSHES, PAINTED BUC- 
KETS, Wooden Ware, Oj'^sterand 
Market Buckets, Mats, Matches, 
Twine, Ro])e, &c. &c. 

BEEBE L M., 94 W Lombard bet 
Calvert and Exchange pi, Manu- 
facturer and Wholesale dealer in 
WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, 
BRUSHES, BROOMS, MATS, 
PAPER, SIEVES, TWINE, &e. 

Boehm, Rice & Co., 32 S Calvert 

CHIPMAN GEO., 

Wholesale Dealer in 

Brooms, Painted Buckets, Ce- 
dar Ware, Baskets, Brushes, 

Mats, Cordage, Twine, Wicks, 
Matches, Blacking, Willow Ware- 
Ac, and Manufacturers of Paint, 
ed Buckets, Brooms, Cedar Wai;e, 
and Brushes, c Calvert and Lom- 
bard St., Baltimore. 



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JARDEN SAMUEL, 89 Hanover. 

(See advertisement op Oil.) 
JOHNS WM. H., 15 S Sharp, Brush 

Manufacturer. 
Kees Lawrence, 125 N High 

LORD CHAS. W., 

Manufacturer and Wholesale 
Dealer in 

BROOMS, AVOODEN WARE, CORD- 
AGE, MATCHES, &C., 

And Importer of 

FANCY GOODS, 

The largest stock and assortment in 
the United States and at the low- 
est price, 88 and 90 W Lombard 
St., Baltimore. 

Magne H., 408 W Pratt 

White Robert B., 162 W Lexington 

"Wool Dealers. 

BAER LEWIS & BRO., 3 and 5 

Camden 
McKeldin Wm., 104 S Charles 

"Woollen Goods, Manufac- 
turers. 

WETHEREO BROS., 

Manufacturers of Fancy 



Cassimeres, Doeskins, Hel- 
tons and Fulled Cloth, 

20 GrJS:£^TkiLjyiX-^ 



YEA 

Yankee Notions. 

{See also Notions.) 

DIETZ L. D., & CO., 308 W Balti- 
more. (See advertisement inside 
back cover.) 

Yarns, Bats, Wicks. 

CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, 

6 S Howard. (See advertisement 

interleaved.) 
DIETZ L. D. & CO., 308 W Balti. 

more. (See advertisement inside 

back cover.) 
GARY JAS. S. & SON, Alberton 

Mills, 24 German. 



JOHNSON W. HENRY, 
Dealer in 

SEINE TWINE, COT- 
TON YARN, &C., 

66 S Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

Gill Twine, Carpet Chain, Tie 
Yarn, Wicks, 

Shoe Thread, Cotton Laps, Broom 
and Bottling Twines, Cotton, 
Russia and Manilla Cord- 
age, Cedar Ware, Wil- 
low Ware, 
Brooms, Painted Buckets, Mats, 
Blacking, Ink, Howard's Matches, 

&G. 

Q;^ Spinning Wheels made and re- 
paired. Seines knit and bung to 
order. 

SCHULTZ E. T., 4 S Howard n 
Baltimore. (See advertisement 
interleaved.) 

■^Yeast Po-w^ders. 
Auld H., 33 N Fremont 



ESTABLISHED IN 1832. 
MANUFACTURERS' ^VAREHOUSE. 



WELLS CHASE & GEHRMANN, 

No. 6 S. Howard Street, Baltimore, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

V Warps, Wool, Cards, Eubber and Leather Belting, \\ 

STEAM PACKING, SPERM AND LARD OIL, 
WooUeu aud Cotton Macliiuerj % Macliiuists' Tools, 

MACHINISTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' ARTICLES GENERALLY. I 
We keep constantly on hand, or famish to order, all kinds of 

TOOLS FOR MACHINISTS' USE, 

SUCH AS 

Engine liatlies. Iron Planers, Gear Cutting Engines, Hand 

liatlies, Bolt Cutters, Drill Presses, Planer Centres, 

liatlie Cliucks, &c. 

Cotton Yarn, Carpet Chain, Coverlet Yarn, Woollen Yarn, Fulled and 

Striped Linseys, Country Flannels, Cotton and Wool Bats, Cotton 

Cordage, Candle Wick, Cotton Twines, Flax Twines, Hemp 

Twines, &c. &c. 
Orders and inquiries by mail promptly attended to. 

COTTON YARN WAREHOUSE. 

E. T, SCHXJLTZ, 

'So, 4 South Howard St., near Baltimore St., Baltimore, 

DEALER IN 

COTTON YARN, CARPET CHAIN, COTTON BATS, 

WADDING, COVERLET YARN, WRAPPING TWINE, 

Candle Wick, Indigo Blue Yarn, Seamless Bags, 

RAG AND tlST CARPETING, ifec. 

ALSO, 

MANUFACTURER OF HAND-MADE COTTON ROPE. 



I. 



APPENDIX. 

Compiled Expressly for Cross ^ Co.h Baltimore City 
Business Directory. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



John Lee Chapman, 
Alfred Mace, 
John A. Thompson, 
J. F. Medlart, 
H. W. Hayden, 
Samuel Maccubbin, 
J. R. Bromwell, 
John L. Thomas, Jr., 
Aug. M. Price, 



JMayor. 

Secretary to tJie Mayoralty. 

Register. 

Deputy Register. 

Clerk to Register, 

Comptroller. 

Clerk to Comptroller. 

City Counsellor. 

City Collector. 



MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL. 

FIRST BRANCH. 



Stephen Whalen, 




1st Ward. 


S. F. Streeter, 




11th Ward 


Fred. C. Meyer, 




2d " 


John T. Bishop, 




12th " 


Edw. S Lamden, 




3d " 


Oliver Dennis, 




13th " 


Wm. McClymont, 




4th " 


John F. Towner, 




14th " 


James Young (Pres.^ 


5th " 


T. H. Evans, 




15th " 


Jos. J. Robinson, 




6th " 


Oliver M. Disney, 




16th " 


Noah Gill, 




7th " 


Philip Kirkwood, 




17th " 


A. J. Burke, 




8th " 


Thomas W. Cromer, 




18th " 


John Dukehart, 




9th " 


Robt. M, Proud, 




19th " 


D. H. Hoopes, 




10th " 


Thos. H. Mules, 




20th " 


Andrew 


J. 


BUNDEL, 


Chief Clerk 






George 


W. 


Brooks, 


Reading Clerk 




James Maddux, 


Sergeant-at- 


Arjns. 



19^ 



222 



APPENDIX. 



SECOND BRANCH, 



Dr. A. Sehwartze, 
John G. Wilmot, 
Geo. I. Kennard, 
Wm. Brooks, 
Jas. H. Markland, 

Samuel H. 



Wards. 
1st & 2d 
3<l & 4th 
6th & 6th 
7th & 8th 
9th & 10th 

Cochran, 



George W. Cunningham, 



C. Sidney Norris, 
Samuel Duer (Pres.), 
John Barron, 
Wm. Moody, 
Valentine Foreman, 

Clerk. 
Sercreant-at-Arms 



Wards. 
11th & 12th 
13th & 14th 
15th & 16th 
17th k 18th 
19th & 20th 



WATER BOARD. 

Office, 17 North Street. 

Samuel Hinks — Registrar. John Lee Chapman — Mayor, Presidott. 
James S. Suter, Engineer. 



TAX DEPARTMENT. 

Aug. M. Price — City Collector. Samuel Guest — Cashier. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 



Samuel T. Knight, M. D., 
Gerard E. Morgan, M. D., 
Wm. E. Clenbinen, M. D., 



Comviissioner of Health. 
Assistant Covimissioner of Health. 
Physician to Marine Hospital. 



Vaccine Physicians. 



Geo. W. Fay, M. D., 
Jas. E. Healey, M. D., 
S. F. Powell, M. D., 
Jos. D. Brooks. M. D., 
T. F. Murdock, M.D., 



Wards. 
1st & 2d 
3d & 4th 
5th & 6th 
7th &, 8th 
9th <fc 10th 



Wards, 
John Dickson, M. D., 11th & 12th 
J. P. Fleming, M. D., 13th & 14th 
J. W. P. Bates, M. D., 15th & 16th 
John NefF, M. D., 17th & 18th 

E. R. Burnetson, M.D., 19th & 20th 



PORT "WARDEN. 

George J. Loane — Port Warden. Edward H. Fowler — Clerk. 



APPENDIX. 



223 



HARBOR MASTERS. 

Martin W. Mettee, 1st District, j Capt. Wm. Zachary, 3d District. 
Thos, S. Lamdin, 2d " I John Beard, 4th " 

Edward Wilson, 5th District. 



TIDE 'WATER CANAL OFFICE. 

Geo. "W. Leuffer — Fresideiit. T. M. Abbett — Treasurer. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Office, iV, E. Comer of Holliday and Fayette Streets. 



George N. Eaton, 
John N. M'Jilton, 
William D. M'Jilton, 



President. 
Treasurer. 
Secretary. 



Wards. Commissioners. 

1. Henry C. Larrabee, 

2. Wm. H. Hebden, 

3. C. L. L. Leary, 

4. Thomas I. Pitt, 

5. John F. Plummer, 

6. Jas. T. Randolph, 

7. Samuel E. Wheeler, 

8. Charles Farringer, 

9. Louis Muller, 

10. Wm. Daniel, 

11. George N. Eaton, 

12. F. A. Crook, 
13 James H, Cox, 

14. Dr. E. G. Waters, 

15. J. W. Loane, 

16. Dr. A. W. Colburn, 

17. Steptoe B. Taylor, 

18. E. R. Petherbridge, 

19. W. C. Arthur, 

20. Richard Sewell, 



Residence, or Place of Business. 
316 E. Pratt, and c. Front and Plowman. 
151 and 178 S. Broadway. 
39 S. Broadway, and Eastern Hall. 
High c. Pratt. 

98 Aisquith, and 89 N. Gay. 
229 E. Baltimore c. Broadway. 
190 Aisquith, and Aisquith c. Monument. 
14 Constitution. 
110 W. Baltimore. 
67 W. Fayette, and 41 Sharp. 
54 Mt. Vernon pi., and 13 S. Charles. 
Madison av. c. Townsend. 
58 N. Green. 
21 Hollins. 

89 Barre, and 2 Bowly's whf. 
166 S. Paca. 
373 Light. 
Hollins c. Strieker. 
Lexington n. Mount. 
247 Biddle. 



224 



APPENDIX. 



LOCATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



Schools. 
Central High School, 
Eastern Fern, do do 

Western do do do 

Floating School, 

Normal Class, 
Male Grammar 

School No. 1, 

Female " No. 1, 

Male " No. 2, 

Female " No. 2, 

Male " No. 3, 

Female " No. 3, 

Male " No. 4, 

Female " No. 4, 

Male " No. 5, 

Female " No. 5, 

Male " No. 6, 

Female " No. 6, 

Female " No. 7, 



Male 



'" No. 8, 



Female " No. 8. 

Male " No. 9, 

Female " No. 9, 

Male " No. 10, 

Female " No. 10, 

Male " No. 11, 

Female " No. 11, 

Male " No. 12, 

Female " No. 12, 

Female " No. 13, 

Male " No. 14, 

Female " No. 14, 

Male " No. 15, 

Female " No. 15, 
Male Primary 

School, No. 1, 



Location. 
NE c Fayette & Holliday, 
NE c Aisquith and Mul- 

likin, 
Fayette west of Paca, 

Ship Ontario, Harhor of 

Baltimore, n Drawb'ge, 

N Wc Calvert & Saratoga, 

NE c Fayette & Green, 
(( <( t(. 

SW c Broadway & Bank, 
(( (( (( 

Aisquith n Fayette, 

NE c Fayette & Front, 

NE c Hanover & Lee, 
(( (( It 

NW c Monum't&Forrest, 

Ross n Biddle, 
i( (( 

SE c Chesapeake & Hud- 
son (Canton), 
NW c Fremont & Ridge- 

ly al 

li i( (( 

NWc Calvert & Saratoga, 
it 11 (( 

SE c William & Warren, 
(( (( (I 

NW c Bond & JeflPerson, 
(< (I << 

Barre west of Eutaw, 



NE c Aisquith and Mul- 

likin, 

NE c Gough and Stiles, 
(( (( (( 

SE c Schroeder & Wagon 

al, 

(( (( <( 

NE c Fayette & Green, 



Principal. 
Tho'sD. Baird.Ph. D- 
Nathaniel H. Thayer. 
A. M. 

D. A. Hollingshead, 
A. M. 

George C. Hale. 

W. R. Creery. 

M. A. Newell. 
Henrietta C. Adams. 
William Kerr. 
Mary McDermott. 
George B. Loane. 
Margaret Snyder. 
Henry Cragg. 

E. A. Cross. 
Andrew S. Kerr. 
Mary Rice. 
Thomas S. Bennett. 
Eliza Adams. 
Rebecca E. Horton. 

John Basil, jr. 

Adelaide L. Hall. 
George S. Grape. 
Rachel Parker. 
A. Z. Hartman. 
Mary M. Wilson. 
Robert H. Peregoy. 
Nancy W. Smith 
Wm. R. Creery. 
Anna P. Wise. 
Margaret Poole. 

Wm. A Rippey. 
S. L. Bassford. 
J. F. Arthur. 

Mary W. Storke. 
Catharine E. Small. 



APPENDIX. 



225 



Schools. 
Fem. Primary, No. 1, 

Male " No. 2, 

" No. 2, 

" No. 3, 

" No. 3, 

" No. 4, 

" No. 4, 

" No. 5, 

" No. 6, 

" No. 6, 

" No. 7, 

" No. 7, 

" No. 8, 

" No. 8, 

" No. 9, 

" No. 9, 

" No. 10, 

" No. 10, 

" No. 11, 

" No. 11, 

" No. 12, 

'♦ No. 12, 

" No. 13, 

" No. 13, 

" No. 14, 

" No. 14, 

" No. 15, 

" No. 15, 

" No. 16, 

" No. 16, 

" No. 17, 

" No 17, 

" No. 18, 

" No. 18, 

" No. 19, 

•' No. 19, 

" No. 20, 

" No. 20, 

" No. 21, 

" No. 22, 

" No. 23, 

" No. 24, 



Location. 
NE c Fayette & Green, 
Stiles n High, 

NE c Gough and "Wolf, 

Hill bet Hanover and 

Sharp, 

(( (( << 

Edward n Aisquith, 
Ann n Canton av, 

Mullikin n Aisquith, 
II <( (< 

Caroline n Lombard, 

<< (I <( 

NW c Calvert & Saratoga, 

NE c Fayette and Front, 

Hollins n Schroeder, 
i( (( ( ( 

NE c Schroeder & Pierce, 
(< li (( 

Barre n Eutaw, 

Jefferson n Caroline, 
(( (( 

Eutaw n Preston, 
<< i( 

SE c Republican & "Wa- 
gon al, 

SE c Schroeder and "Wa- 
gon al, 

Hilton n High, 

S"W c Light & Poulteney, 

tk < < (( 

"Walsh n Lanvale 
(( i( 

Frederick n Lombard, 
< 1 (( (( 

NW c Caroline and Hol- 
land, 
(< (< (t 

SE c Green & Lombard, 
Scott c St Peter's, 
Bond c Chew, 
Hudson c Chesapeake 
(Canton), 



Principal. 
Elizabeth Kirk. 
Mary A. Slicer. 
Ann J. Groscup. 
Georgia A. Duvall. 
Rebecca A. Davington . 
Sallie A. E. Pattison. 

Mary H. Thomiz. 
Amanda Harker. 
Elizabeth A. Abbot. 
Agnes P. Folson. 
Priscilla Owens. 
J. E. Hughes. 
Sarah E. Smith. 
Ann E. Driscoll. 
Marietta A. Barrick- 

man. 
Olivia A. Shaw. 
M. L. Slapley. 
Elizabeth P. Martin. 
M. C. Mullikin. 
Jane H. Allen. 
Laura Wamalung. 
Laura Brian. 
Sarah E. Day. 
Mary A. Joiee. 
Susan Crawford. 
Emily Ellis. 
Susan Helsby. 

Annie J. "Whitworth. 

Mary Jones. 
Mary Harma. 
Sarah A. Sewell. 
E. "Virginia Addison. 
Annie Frederick. 
Isabella Fall. 
Susanna F. Cary. 
Esther "Wheeler. 
Laura A. Ball. 

Rosalie Barrett. 
Maria E. "Walter. 
Matil' a B . Richardson . 
Mary A. Reilly. 
Margaret A. Hand. 



226 



APPENDIX. 



Schools. 
Fern. Primary, No. 25, 
Female 
Female 
Female 
Female 
Female 





No. 


26, 




No. 


27, 




No. 


28, 




No. 


29, 




No. 


30, 


No. 


3, 




No. 


4, 





Location. 
Eastern av n High, 
Harford av n John, 
Locust Point, 
East n Douglass, 
Gilmore and Baltimore, 
Lombard c Washington, 

Evening Schools. 

Aisquith n Fayette, 
Hanover c Lee, 

Music Teachers. 



Princip.al. 
Caroline Ing. 
Mary S. Salter. 
Anna M. Smith. 
Anne M. German. 
Elizabeth J. Burn?. 
Elizabeth A. Colston, 



Wm. Elliott. 
Henry Craig. 



S. S. Root, Eastern District. 

A. J. Cleaveland, Western District. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS. 



Office, New City Hall. 



Stran, Charles W. 



John T. Morris, President; William H 
Walker. Robert Tyson, John H. Baylies. 
Charles T. Holloway, Chief Engi7ieer. 

Ja5ies L. Stewart and J. Wesley Shaw, Assistant Eugi?ieers. 
Henry Fclton, Clerk to Fire ComTnissio tiers. 
F. H. B. Boyd, Fire Inspector. 

Engine Company No. 1. — Paca bet Fayette and Lexington ; George 

Keyser, Foreman. 
Engine Company No. 2. — Barre bet Sharp and Hanover; N. B. Norris, 

Jr., Foreman. 
Engine Company No. 3. — Lombard bet High and Exeter ; James H. 

Gravenstine, Forem,an. 
Engine Company No. 4. — North bet Fayette and Lexington ; George W. 

Fisher, Forem.an. 
Engine Company No. 5. — Ann bet Pratt and Gough ; Philip Sherwood, 

Foreman. 
Engine Company No. 6. — Gay c Ensor ; Robert McCleary, Foreman. 
Engine Company No. 7. — Orchard n Madison ; W. G. Gorsuch, Foreman 
Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. — Harrison bet Fayette and Baltimore ; 

Wm. A. McGraw, Foreman.. 
Hook and Ladder Company No. 2. — Paca bet Fayette and Lexington ; 

George H. Houck, Foreman. 
Hook and Ladder Company No. 3. — 12 Harrison, Charles Holloway. 

ForemAi7i. 



APPENDIX. 



227 



Police and Fire Alarm Telegraph. 

D. Pinckney West, Siiperintpndent. 

George W. Key, Daniel W. Nules, Charles G. Boston, William Barrett, 
Operators. 
James H. Hooper, Lineman. 



\ 



The Bells will strike the Number of the Box thus : — 

If the Alarm comes from Box 24, they will strike 

2 4, 2 4, 



If from 35, strike 
-5, 3 



-5, &c. 



In cases of general alarm, requiring the services of the entire Depart- 
ment, the Bells will be rung ixcessantlt in quick succession. 



12. 

13. 
14. 
15. 

16. 
17. 

18. 

19. 
21. 
23. 
24. 
25. 

f/ 

28. 



List of Telegraphic Fire Alarm Stations. 



Central Police Station, Hol- 

liday st. 
Calvert and Lombard sts. 
Baltimore and Hanover sts. 
Pratt and Gay sts. 
No. 1 Truck House, Harrison st. 
Charles and Camden sts. 
Howard and German sts. 
Pratt St. Bridge. 
Charles and Mulberry sts. 
No. 3 Engine House, Lombard 

St. 

No. 2 Engine House, Barre st. 
No. 1 Engine House, Paca st. 
No. 6 Engine House, Gay and 

Ensor sts. 
Holland and Aisquith sts. 
No. 7 Engine House, Eutaw 

and Ross sts. 
Western Police Station, 

Green st. 
Lombard and Penn sts. 
Bank and Exeter sts. 
William and Montgomery 
Caroline and Lombard sts. 
Bond and Jefferson sts. 
Cross St. Market. 
Eastern Police Station, 

Bank st. 
St. Paul and Fayette sts. 



31. Fremont and Columbia sts. 

32. Franklin and Chatsworth sts. 

34. Belair and Central avenues. 

35. Richmond Market House. 

36. Southern Police Station. 

37. Charles and Eager sts. 

38. North and Monument sts. 

41. Harford Avenue and Eager st. 

42. Drawbridge. 

43. Fremont and Lexington sts. 

45. Pratt and Poppleton sts. 

46. Front and Foundry sts. 

49. Calverton road and Baltimore 
street. 

51. No. 5 Engine House, Ann st. 

52. Pennsylvania av and Dolphin st. 

53. Baltimore and Republican sts. 

54. Canton avenue and Chester st. 
56. Pennsylvania avenue and Fre- 
mont St. 

61. Saratoga and Schroeder sts. 

62. Madison and Forrest sts. 

63. Broadway and Thames st. 

64. Lexington and Strieker sts. 

71. Pratt and Eutaw sts. 

72. Clay and Park ?ts. 

73. Cathedral and Monument sts. 

81. Eutaw place and Dolphin st. 

82. Canton avenue and Caroline st. 

83. Baltimore and Wolf sts. 



228 



APPENDIX. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



Nicholas S. Wood, Samuel Hinds, Police Commissioners. 
William S. Browning, Secretary to Police Commissioners. 

Marshal's Office. 

William A. Van Nostrand, Marshal of Police. 
William B. Lyons, Deputy Marshal of Police. 
John T. R. Joynes, Secretary. 
Jesse Sumwalt, William Root, Messengers. 
Detectives. — John S. Pontier, William P. Smith, Isadore Reynolds. 
Frank Gates, Geo. H. Houck. 



Eastern District. 

Bank Street, between Bond and Broadiuay. 



Captain. — Thomas H. Carmichael, 
Lieutenants. — Edwin F. Morris, 

John H. Lynch, 
Sergeants. — Thomsis A. Waltham, 
AVilliam J. Smith, 
John Cademore, 
William T. Taylor, 
James Love, 
Edward C. Ford, 



No. 100 S. Hight St. 

Wolf St., 5 doors from Fayette. 

No. 97 N. Bond st. 

No. 210 E. Pratt st. 

No. 162 S. Ann st. 

No. 171 S. Ann st. 

No. 125 Jefferson st. 

No. 327 Monument st. 

No. 223 E.i Orleans st. 



Middle District. 



Corner Saratoga and Holliday Streets. 



Captain. — Joseph Mitchel, 
Lieutenants. — Alexander Owens, 

Solomon C. Wright, 
Sergea*nts. — Joshua Robinson, 
Henry Mullen, 
Horace R. Simpson, 
Edward Hatton, 
George D. Brooks, 
John Edelman, 



No. 33 Constitution st. 
No. 348 N Gay st. 
No. 161 N. Caroline st. 
No, 119 E. Monument St. 
No. 207 N. Canal st., 
No. 39 Orleans st. 
No. 219 Orleans st. 
No. 194 Aisquitli st. 
No. 385 Harford avenue. 



APPENDIX. 229 

Southern District. 

Corner Montgomery and Sharp Streets, 

Captain. — John S. Manly. 
Lieutenants. — John Pane oast, 

Robert M. Chambers. 
Sergeants. — Nicholas Pamphilion, 

Thomas Shanks, 

William Gardner, 

Jesse L. Lippey, 

George H. Cline, 

George Short. 

"Western District. 

Green Street, North of Baltimore. 

Captain. — William M. Woods. 
Lieutetiaiits. — Robert D. Owen, 

John H. Snavely. 
Sergeatits. — Charles C, Handy, 

* Washington A. Grubb, 
Walter Stahl, 
John Vansant, 
Jesse H. Murray, 
Arthur Walters. 



CUSTOM HOUSE. 

S E CORNER GAY AND LOMBARD STREETS. 

OflBce Hours, from 9 till 2^ o'clock. 

H. W. Hoffman, Collector. Wm. T Valliant, Dep. Col. 

F. S. Corkran, Naval Officer. Jno. Meredith, Appraiser Gen. 

F. S. Evans, Dep. Naval Offiaer. J. F. Wagner and Wm. Nichols, 
John F. McJiltou, Surveyor. Appraisers. 

Geo. W. McElroy, Auditor. Henry McElderry, Weigher. 

Wm. Smith, Gauger. Wm. Co^nselman, Measurer. 
H. R. Reynolds, Sup. Warehouse. 



POST OFFICE. 

EXCHANGE BUILDING, CORNER GAY AND LOMBARD STS. 

Wm. H. PtjRNELL, Postmaster. C. J. R. Thorpe, Ass^t. 

The Office is open during the week — in winter, from 71 A. M. to 9 P. M.; 
in summer, from 7 A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sundays, from 9 till 10 A. M. 
Stamps for prepayment of letters can be had at the Post Office. 
20 



230 APPENDIX. 

COURTS. 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 

THE CIRCUIT COURT, of the Fourth Circtdt, sits in the city of Bal- 
timore on the first Monday in April and November. 

DISTRICT COURT of the U. S. for Maryland District, sits in Balti- 
more 1st Tuesday in March, June, September, and December. 

STATE COURTS. 

COURT OF APPEALS, sits at Annapolis, on the first Monday in June 
and December. Wm. A. Spencer, Clerk. 

First Circuit. — The Circuit Court for St. Mary's County sits on the 
3d Monday in March and 3d Monday in November. 

Charles — 1st Monday in May and December. 

Prince George's — 1st Monday in April and November. 

Second Circuit. — Anne Arundel — 3d Monday in April and 4th Mon- 
day in October. 

Calvert — 2d Monday in May and October. 

Howard — 3d Monday in March and 1st Monday in September. 

Montgomery — 1st Monday in March and 2d Monday in November. 

Third Circuit. — Frederick — 2d Monday in February and 3d Monday 
in October. 

Carroll — 1st Monday in April and September. 

Fourth Circuit. — Washington — 1st Monday in March, 4th Monday in 
July and November. 

Alleghany — 1st Monday in January, 2d Monday in April and October. 

Fifth Circuit. — S^iperior Court, Court of Common Pleas, and Crimi- 
nal Court, all sit on the 2d Monday in January, May, and September. 

Tlie Circuit Court for Baltimore City, sits on the 2d Monday in Janu- 
ary, March, May, July, September, and November. 

ORPHANS' COURT, for Baltimore City— Meets every day, except 
Sundays, at 11 o'clock, and closes at 1 P. M. Isaac P. Cook, Register of 
Wills. 

Sixth Circuit. — Cecil — 2d Monday in February, 1st Monday in April, 
3d Monday in July, 2d Monday in October. 

Harford — 4th Monday in February, 4th Monday in April, 1st Monday 
in August, and 2d Monday in November. 

Baltimore County — 1st Monday in March, 3d Monday in May, 4th 
Monday in August, 1st Monday in December, at Towsontown. 



APPENDIX. 231 

ORPHANS' COURT, /or Baltimore Co?m^y— Meets atTowsontown, 1st 
Tuesday in every month. James L. Ridgely, Register of Wills. 

Seventh Circuit. — Caroline — 2d Monday in March and 1st Monday 
in October. 

Kent — 3d Monday in April and October. 

Queen Anne's — 1st Monday in May and November. 

Talbot — 3d Monday in May and November. 

Eighth Circuit. — Somerset — 2d Monday ia January and July, and 
1st Monday in April and October. 

Dorchester — 4th Monday in January, July, and April, and 2d Monday 
in November. 

Worcester — 3d Monday in January, May, July, and October. 

U. S. Clerk's OiSce of District and Circuit Courts. 

Masonic Building, St. Paul Street. 

Commissioner of Insolvent Debtors. 
EDW. PALMER, Office, Record Building, St. Paul Street, basement. 

United States Marshal. 

WASHINGTON BONIFANT, corner of St. Paul Street and Court 

House Lane. 



,^ CALVERT STABLES, « 



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Wedding, Invitation Cards; Tobacco Labels in colors; Portraits, Show Cards, 
Title-Pages, Views of Buildings, etc.; Diplomas, Maps, Plans, &c.; Drug, Pre- 
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METROPOLIT^ISr 

€IFf BOOK STOME, 

WATCHES, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, &c.. 

CIVEN WITH EVERY BOOK SOtD, 

Comer of Holiday and Baltimore Streets, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

GEORGE GRATTOH. 



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COAL & WOOD 



I BALTIMORE. 

ft YARD ft OFFICE. PRATT ft FREMONT STS. 

V .. .. PARK ft FAYETTE STS. 

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BALTIMORE BREW^ERY. 



PORTER, AND BROWN STOUT, 

F. BANDELET, Proprietor. 
Comer of Hanover and Conway Streets, 

(Establislied 18S7) 

BEAl^TDIES, GINS, SCOTCH WHISKEYS, WINES, &c. &c., 

No. 39 South Gay Street, Baltimore. 

WHISKEYS ON CONSIGNMENT, from the most celebrated Distillers. 



No. 27 Light Street, corner of Water, Baltimore. 

BacoQ, Lard, Pork, Butter, and Fish of the choicest qualities coQstantly OQ hand. 
Jd- ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. 



GEORGE H. C. NEAL, 

WHOLBBALB AND RITAIL DEALBR IX 

"MAHUOTH STORE," 97 BAITIUOBE ST., 

DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HOLIDAT STREET, 

NEW WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT UP STAIRS. 

JOB LOTS FROM AUCTION AT A SMALL ADVANCE. 



SUTLERS' HEAD-QUARTERS. 
J. MERCHANT & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &c., 
174 W. Pratt St., tliree doors East of Maltby House, 

HBNRT J. BAKER. CHARLES J. BAKER. JOSEPH ROQERS, JK. 

BAEER BROTHERS & CO., 

MaDofaetarers, Importers, and Agents for 

BALTIMORE WINDOW GLASS, 

Druggists' Glassware, Vials, Bottles, Jars, &c.; 

Bi Oarb. Soda, Sal Soda, Borax, Alum, and other Chemicals, 

PAINTS, OILS, GLUE, 

EXTRACT OP LOGWOOD, CASTILE SOAP, &e., 

32 db 34 S. Oiia^rles 3t-, 



GOLD MEDALS RECEIVED IN 1855, 1856, 1857, AND 1868. 




WILLIAM KNABE & CO., 



MAKTrrACTUREBS OP 



mim im umMi nmu f saws. 

New SalesToom, 350 Baltimore St., one door from Entaw St. 
Factory, N. Eutaw St., one door jfrom Baltimore St. 



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HAMBEM EXFEES 

ESTABLISHED 1839. 

Office, 293 BALTIMORE ST., corner of Sharp St. 

Preight, Moneys, &c., forwarded to all parts of the United States. 

JOHN Q. A. HERRING, Agent. 
THOMPSON, LIVINGSTON & CO., Proprietors. 

ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, 

164 Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. 

General Express Porwarders East, West, North, and Sonth. 

Freight and Valuables forwarded daily, in all directions, under the 
special charge of experienced and reliable Messengers. 

WM. H. TREGO, Ass't Sup't. 



LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO., 

KTo. 308 ZOa^ltlnaore St.,; 

BETWEKK HOWARD AMD LIBSBTT STS., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN 



AND NOTIONS. 

N. B. Particular attention paid to orders ; also, Goods delivered 

free to all parts of the City, Eailroad Stations, 

and Steamboats. 

MUERAY, CLARK, THORNTON & CO., 
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, AND MACHINISTS. 

BOILER AND TANK MAKING, 
Bridge Building on the plan known as the Bolhnan Bridge, 

LIGHT AND HEAVY MARINE RAILWAY WORK, &c. &e., 
Nos. 42 and 44 YORK, near Light Street, Baltimore. 

CANFIELD, BROTHER & CO., 

Importers, ^Rxmhtimm, Httb gtakrs in 

WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY, 

mkx & ^\m »re, lamps, piitarg, & imq §00i5, 

229 BALTIMORE STREET, 

IRA c. CAXpiBLD, i Comer of Charles Street, 

WM. B. CAKFIBLD. * 






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